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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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AN INDEPEND
T^Bfc
DAILY NEWSPAPER
Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
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CANADIAN WHISKY )'
PANAMA, B. P., MONDAY, JUNE 18, 1851
i nVE CENTS
Shipping Stays Strikebound
In Every United States Port
MORE THAN 100 MEMBERS of women's groups and several
prominent musicians-were at Tocumen Airport at 11 a.m. to-
day to welcome the great American Contralto Marian Ander-
son oh her arrival from Medellln. The singer was accom-
panied by Frans Rupp, her accompanist, and Isaac Jofe, her
personal secretary. Besides George Westerman, who Is spon-
soring her concert tomorrow night, Miss Anderson was greet-
ed by Eduardo Rltter A., on behalf of President Alclblades
Arosemena. and by Mrs. Georgiha de Lopez, who as a repre-
sentative of Panama's women's organizations presented her
with an orchid corsage. Mr. Claudlne Smith Reed present-
ed the singer with a bouquet of flowers; Mrs. Chvela Simons
and, Mrs. Betllda Moscote presented other gifts.
In the welcoming group were Herbert De Castro of the
panlel'Society and Roque Cordero, sub-director of the Na-
tional Conservatory. From the airport, Miss Anderson was
escorted to the National University, where she was presented
With a large basket of orchids. ____
DeGauDe's Party Gets
Most Seats In Assembly
PARIS, June 18, (UP) Gen-
eral Charles De Gaulle's new
right wing party captured most
seats in the French National As-
sembly as a result of yesterday's
General Elections, but the Com-
munists maintained their posi-
tion as France's biggest political
party even ahead of the De
Gaulllats.
They won 25.76 per cent of the
popular vote. In the last general
elections In 194 they won 28.2
per cent of the vote.
With returns almost complete
the rise of the De Oaullists as the
biggest party in the Assembly,
plus the failure of the Center
parties to win even a simple ma-
jority, posed a critical problem
for members of the Coalitions
which have ruled France since
1947.
Tie Gaulle's strength will force
the center parties to swing to the
right and take in non-De Gaullist
rightists and independents if
they are to form a Coalition gov-
ernment.
Almost complete returns gave
the following Assembly seat
standings by major political
groupings.
Communists and allied groups,
101;
De Oaullists. Ill;
. Center parties, 263 (Socialists,
94, are the biggest single party
in this group);
Other Rights and Independ-
ents. 7.'
A simple majority in the As-
sembly Is 314 seats, but about 350
are needed for a working majori-
ty.
Prospects are that the new As-
sembly* is headed for hectic
months if the De Oaullists and
Communists for differ ent
reasons oppose any Center co-
alition.
Reports from Paris and all
parts of the country showed that
France's voters swarmed to the
polls in unexpectedly large num-
bers in answer to appeals by par-
ty leaders for a clear-cut decision
on the primary Issue of Commu-
(Continued on Page 6. Col. C)
Canal Rents
Not Based
On Salaries
Rentals on Panama Canal
quarters are in no way based on
employes' salaries and there are
many Instances In which em-
ployes pay well above 10 per cent
of their basic salaries In rents.
according to officials of the
Housing Division.
The statement was issued in
view of the misunderstanding a-
rising from a statement said to
have been made on the floor of
the House of Representatives re-
cently by Representative Glenn
R. Davis, of Wisconsin, to the ef-
fect that an Executive Order spe-
cifies that Canal employes pay
no more than 10 per cent of their
salaries in basic house rents.
It Is believed that the confu-
sion on the question of rents a-
ros from the fact that Army ci-
vilian personnel regulations do
provide that their civilian em-
ployes pay no more than 10 per
cent of their salaries for rental
on quarters.
That regulation (P-16, Section
3. paragraph 3-2 b-6) states:
"In the event that a civilian
employe must be assigned to
quarters for which the establish-
ed rental rate is more than 10 per
cent of his basic compensation.
the rental rate will be reduced to
10 per cent of his basic compen-
sation."
This regulation in no way ap-
plies to quarters occupied by Pa-
nama Canal and Panama Rail-
road employes.
Wagner Instructed
To Raise Howl
On Rent Increases
Central Labor Union Legisla-
tive Representative in Washing-
ton Walter Wagner was being
instructed today to "do all In his
power to inform the members of
Congress that they are laboring
under a misapprehension, as far
as the rent increase is concern-
ed" as a result of the regular
monthly meeting held yesterday
by the Metal Trades Council and
Central Labor Union.
A srjokesman for the MTC told
The Panama American today
that members of the organiza-
tion felt that Congress was re-
commending a rent Increase
based on the 1946 rentals, but
that rents have been upped
since then. Rather than being
deliberate, they felt it was due
to a lack of information, and
Wapner has been advised to
clarify the situation.
'Little League7 Fund
Drive Set Tomorrow
The drive for funds to send 14 little guys to the
United States next month gets under way tomor-
row.
The youngsters ore members of the Canal
Zone's entry in the Little League baseball tourna-
ment.
They will leave for play in the New York-New
Jersey region on July 20.
Before they go $5,000 must be collected.
Solicitors will be at the pay car at the Balboa
Station, at the Balboa Heights pay office, at the
Balboa Post Office, and at all the clubhouses.
Contributions will also be accepted by The
Panam American, which joins with the Canal Zone
in hoping the future Major League stars have a
good trip and a good time.
Won't you help?
Search On for Cuban
Plane Missing On
Flight lo San Jos
In an air search mission con-
ducted by Flight "B." 1st Rescue
Squadron, Albrook Air Force
Base, which/began at 1:44 p.m.
yesterday and Is still In progress,
crew members of an SB-17 have
failed to locate a C-60 cargo plane
of Cuban registry missing en
route from Havana to 8an Jose.
Costa Rica.
The C-60, with an American pi-
lot, D. Shenkel, 35. and Mexican
co-pilot, Ismael Reyes. 34, a-
board, left Havana at 12:51 p.m.
Saturday, allowing an estimated
5 hours and 15 minutes flying
time to reach San Jose. When it
failed to report position and fail-
ed to arrive on schedule, Havana
Oceanic Control notified Flight
"B," 1st Rescue Squadron Satur-
day night. .
After instituting a communi-
cations search, an SB-17 depart-
ed Albrook yesterday at 1:44 in
search of the missing plane.
Search was conducted as far as
the north Nicaraguan border
with negative results. The search
was halted last night due to
darkness.
This morning at 4:50 another
SB-17 took off from Albrook to
resume search for the missing
plane. Today's search will cover
the route that would normally be
taken by the missing aircraft.
Thus far there have been no re-
ports that the plane has been
sighted. ______________
RP Cops Nab Boy
Who Snatched Purse,
Fled Ancon PO
Frank Adolphus Skeete, a 16-
year old Panamanian is await-
ing trial today on a charge of
grand larceny after having
snatched a purse containing $35
Sunday morning in the lobby of
the Ancon Post Office.
The purse and personal items
stolen belonged to Mrs. Louisa L.
Bennet, a native of France who
reside in Panam City. Skeete
removed the money as he ran,
and discarded the purse at the
rear of the post office, continu-
ing into Panama via Rochet and
K Streets. A hue and cry was set
up by Mrs. Bennet with the re-
sult that Skeete was apprehend-
ed near the Catholic Church on
K Street by a Panam police-
man and turned over to the Ca-
nal Zone police.
According to a report from the\
Balboa Police Station, the money
was allegedly thrown Into the
tall grass near where Skeete was
taken Into custody. It has not
yet been recoverd. Mrs. Bennet,
uninjured, has identified Skeete
as the thief, and a complete
statement was taken from him.
US Admiral Becomes
West's Commander
PARI8, June 18. (UP) Gen-
eral Dwlght D. Elsenhower has
appointed United States Admiral
Robert B. Carney to command
the North Atlantic Treaty Orga-
nization forces in Southern Eu-
rope.
PRR Believes
Cristobal Will
Sail Wednesday
Local headquarters of the Pan-
ama Railroad Company, up to
noon today had received no
word as to what effect the
strike will have on Panama Line
Ships.
Crews were reported to be
working the SS Cristobal in New
York and it is hoped that it will
sail Wednesday for Cristobal on
its regular schedule.
The Commissary Division, ex-
cept for a few perishable Items
such as eggs which are normal-
ly kept In short supply, has an
ample stock of food on hand,
it was announced.
Former Mrs. Olive
Dies In California
The former Elsie K. Olive, who
with her late husband. Chester
O. Olive was one of the founding
associates of The Panama-Am-
erican, died in San Gabriel, Ca-
lifornia, last night.
News of the death was receiv-
ed this morning by a relative on
the Isthmus.
For many years the Olive fa-
mily were prominent In the busi-
ness and social life of Panam.
Her daughter. Mrs. Eunice
Olive Richard, of Las Cumbres,
Panam City, flew to California
Friday night to be at her mo-
ther's bedside.
At the time of her death she
was the wife of Dr. Eric Sar-
eeant, with whom she was visit-
ing in the home of a former
Isthmian, Mrs. Charles Persons.
Mrs. Sergeant had been ill for
about a month.
Besides Mrs. Richard. Mrs. Sar-
eeant is survived by a son. James
F. Olive, who lived on the Isth-
mus until he was transferred to
Salvador" last year as manager
of Esso Standard Oil of Salvador.
Plans for Mrs. Sargeant's fun-
eral were not comolete todav, but
a relative thought it probable
her body would be taken to the
family plot at Cuba, New York,
where her late husband, Mr.
Olive, is buried.
1J..S. Embassy Guard
Found Shot in Havana
HAVANA. June 18. (UP) The
dead bodies of Sgt. Robert J.
Shelton. U.S. Marine guard on
the United States Embassv here,
and Agustn Fernandez, 40. Jan-
itor in the Embassy building,
were found this morning in the
visa section.
NEW YORK, June 18 (UP) Joseph Curran, presi-
dent of the CIO National Maritime Union which is lead-
ing the East Coast bargaining in the three day old United
States maritime strike, had little hope today for an early
settlement unless shippers capitulate to the union's de-
mands for a 25 per cent pay raise,, and a 40 hour week
with 48 hours' pay.
Federal mediators on both coasts were hurrying to end
the strike, and in some places had persuaded negotiators
to resume discussions which had been broken off at the
strike deadline.
On the West Coast Harry Bridges' numerically strong
International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union
pledged they would not cross the West Coast radiomen's
picket line.
The ship tie-up on the na-
tion's East. Gulf and West coasU
by the National Maritime Union,
American Radio Association and
Marine Engineers Beneficial As-
sociation "temrjorarily" delayed
a few vital defense cargoes on;
the gulf coast.
Federal Mediator Harry Win-I
nlng said, "one or two" wheat
ships for India had been kept
from sailing from San Francisco
by the American Radio Asso-
ciation.
A union spokesman said that j
as a result of a "misunderstand-
lng." NMU members and en-1
glneers in Oalveston and a few
other Gulf ports walked off,
some Lykes Bros., Inc., vessels |
carrying essential cargo but re-
turned after learning at which
headquarters that the Govern-
ment had certified the cargo as
vital material.
M. Hedlev Stone, national
treasurer of the NMU, said the
shipping companies "will really
begin to feel the no contract-
no work" stopoage today.
"The men will definitely re-
fuse to handle the tourist trade."
Hedlev said, "and that goes for
whether those luxury boats sail
Board Of Directors
Off PRR Meeting
To Form Policies
Many of the basic fiscal and
administrative policies for the
new Panama Canal are expected
to be decided at a meeting of the
Board of Directors of the Pana-
ma Railroad Company scheduled
to open today in Washington, DC.
The new company will be
formed July 1 by transferring
the Canal and its adjuncts, with
the exception of civil government
and public health functions, to
the Railroad and changing the
name to the Panama Canal Com-
pany. Coincidental with this]
change will be the formation of J
the Canal Zone Government, em-'
bracing civil government and
public health activities formerly'
provided by The Panama Canal. '
to the Carrlbean. South Ameri-
ca. Europe, the Middle East or
any olace."
Authoritative sources said that
the solid front of some 40 ship-
ping, firms whose negotiations
with the union broke down in a
stalemate at midnight Satur-
day, had been chipped and that
some of the bigger companies
such as the United States Lines,
American Export and United-
Fruit indicated they were will-
ing to accept the compromise
proposal. Some 40 smaller firms
follow the pattern set bv "bis
shiDpiag."
The unions had demanded a
40-hour week at 48 hour pay, a
25 per cent wage increase and a
50 per cent day vacation con-
tribution by employers for eacla
man.
The compromise proposal was
understood to provide for a 40-
hour week, or a 44-hour wee's
to be deduced to 40 over the
next three years but avail tied to
meet company objections to pay-
ing overtime for night timo
"sleeping post" work.
On the East Coast the strike
will halt the scheduled maiden
voyage of the new American Ex-'
port Line's Constitution to Na'
pies with 900 passengers.
Ironically one of the Constitu-
tion's passengers would have'
been Curran, who plans to at-t
tend the conference of the In-'
ternational Free Trade Unions'
July 4 in Milan.
Curran said he would find an-'
other way to get to Milan, and,
advised other labor leaders to
do likewise.
Wilev's Nomination
AS US Ambassador
To Panama Gets OK
WASHINGTON, June 18 (UP)
The Senate Foreign Rela-
tions Committee today approv-
ed the nomination of John C.
Wiley as Ambassador to Pana-
m.
The nomination still requires
approval by the full Senate, but
the committee's recommenda-
tion virtually assures favorable
action by the whole body.
Eniwetok Eyewitness:
Steaks, 20-Cent Bourbon And The A-Bomb
By REP. F. EDWARD HEBERT
(Copyright by the States. New Orleans, La.)
(Distributed by NEA Service)
WASHINGTON, Jane 18 (NEA) Thirty-five cent haircuts,
free movies, rent-free cabanas on the beach, Scotch, bourbon or
mixed drinks at 20 cents a drink over the bar and "food out of
,this world," as part of the Job with no extra charge!
Utopia? No, Eniwetok, where atomic weapons are tested.
The magnitude of Eniwetok' "Operation Greenhouse" Is al-
most as staggering as the atom bomb Itself.
Estimated to cost in excess of
$65 million plus the millions cov-
ered by dally routine milita-
ry operations, approximately 8000
men are involved.
Unlike the popular conception,
which is easily understandable,
somebody, doesn't just pick out a
Jiny island in the vast expanse of
the Pacific, select a day on which
to drop ah atomic bomb. Invite a
lot of people to look at the deton-
ation, drop the bomb and run like
hell.
Joint Task Foree Three which
runs the atoll is one of the finest
examples of cooperation between
the military and civilian branch-
es of government.
Planning and preparing for an
aiomlc test at Eniwetok Is a day
|n and day- out affair over many
jjjonths. This Is the permanent
proving grounds for our atomic
weapons. It offers all the oppor-
tunities necessary for experi-
ments without endangering the
lives and homes of thickly pop-
ulated areas.
shop, electronics buildings, gen-
eral's quarters, malnten anee
hangar, personnel pier, mess hall,
dispensary, post exchange, post
office, laundry and power plant.
There are 90 baseball teams
participating in ten organized
leagues. One of the recreation
fields is named after the hang-
man of Nuremberg, M-Sgt. John
C Woods, who was electrocuted
accidentally on Eniwetok while
working as an electrician.
The telephone exchange on
Eniwetok handles approximately
6000 telephone calls each day.
One of the mess halls alone
serves 9000 meals a day and such
food5500 calories daily!
Keeping 8004 men happy and
maintaining morale on a high
plane is a major undertaking, but
Lt. Gen. Elwood (Pete) Quesada
has done it well.
"In my 27 years In the Army
I have never seen morale so
high," hfe says.
Eniwetok and the surrounding
islands of the atoll are thriving
communities. On Eniwetok are
located a well-equipped air strip,
two athletic fields, two moving
picture theaters, chapel, clothing
store, beach clubs for officers
and enlisted men. library, hobby
The day I left Eniwetok I pitch-
ed my diet out the window and
had the best roast beef I think I
have ever eaten. I topped the
meal off with a super-duper
strawberry shortcake with the
worksice cream and whipped
cream. During the days I spent
at Quesada s headquarters I had
fried chicken, stripped sirloin
steak and filet mlgnon for din-
ner. And the chow was not some-
thing special. The same grub was
being served the same day to ev-
ery man on the atoll.
The enlisted men's club is
known as "Duffy's Tavern" and
neon lights show the way-
There is a choice of moving
pictures at either the "uptown"
or the "downtown" theaters on
Eniwetok and a third theater on
Parry.
Mall Is delivered regularly
through two special post office.
The post exchanges bulge with
goods from Japan and Hawaii.
Fresh water is distilled from
the ocean at the rate of 30 gal-
lons per man per day.
There's no prison. There has
been no court martial held since
the occupation of the atoll by
Joint Task Force Three
Only five accidental deaths,
none connected with the actual
atomic experiments, have been
recorded since Joint Task Force
Three took over.
A radio station operates
throughout the day. All the top
name programs heard In the Uni-
ted States are recorded and sent
to Eniwetok. In addition, there
are disc Jockeys with the latest
recordings.
And no commercials!
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the
second of three eyewitness ac-
counts of the recent atomic
bomb tests at Eniwetok writ-
ten by Rep. F. Edward Hebcrt
of Louisiana, ranking member
of the House Armed Services
Committee and a former news-
paperman.
A bus tour of Eniwetok with a
barker rivals a Chamber of Com-
merce discourse in any commu-
nity. Busses run on a regular
schedule to all sections Of Eni-
wetok and nearby Parry.
There Is no time for idleness
and recreation periods are tight-
ly filled In.
Navy vessels In the lagoon
house additional personnel.
The Air Force is responsible for
a safety patrol of the sky for
more than 200 square miles. The
Navy Is responsible for safety on
the seas. The security of the atoll
Itself Is in the hinds of Military
Police.
Certain sections are heavily re-
stricted and only key personnel
are allowed to enter. Everybody
wears an Identification badge.
Accepted attire is khaki Army
shorts and short-sleeved shirts,
with a mixture of pith helmets
and overseas caps.
Off duty the officers wear
multn-colored Alohoa shirts from
Hawaii and vie with each other
(NEA Telephoto)
HEAD-ON HORROR Two Chicago and Northwestern Railroad trains He twisted along the
tracks near Mankato. Minn., after a head-on crash. Eight crewmen were injured, one fatal-
ly, in the collision The wreck was blamed on the failure of an employe to deliver an order
to the engineer of the passenger-mall train, which plowed into a diesel freight.
for the gaudiest colors.
There remains no vegetation on
Eniwetok. although attempts are
now being made to restore some
of the tropical attractiveness.
The Island is rimmed by steel
derelicts, remindful of the as-
sault by the Americans.who de-
stroyed more than 3500 Japanese
troops when the atoll was cap-
tured.
Eniwetok has everything ex-
cept one thing: Nothing that I
have mentioned wears skirts
not even grass sklrtsl *
It is strictly a man's job.
Some families are hi Honolulo
but the vast majority of families
have remained in the United
States.
Tomorrow: The human side si
the bomb


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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, JUNE II, 15
Cargo and FreightShips and PlanesArrivals and Departures
Fire Chief Enrolls Kids
To Help Prevenl Fires
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
GreRt White Fleet
New Orleans Service
Arrives
Cristbal
S.S. Fiador Knot ..............................Jane It
S.S. Chirifui ...................................June 25
S.S. Manaqui ...................................July 1
S.S. ( hiriqu. ...................................July
(Handling Refrigerated Chilled and General Curio)
Arrives
New York Freight Service________ Cristbal
S.8. Care ATlnof ...............................June JS
S.S. Cape Cumberland ..........................July 1
S.S. Cape Cod ..................................July 7
S.S. Cape Ann .................................July 15
Weekly Sailings to New York. U Angeles, Ban Francisco, Scalll*
Occasional Sailings lo New Orleam and Mobile
(The Steamers In this service are limited to twelve passengers)
rra.uent Freight Sailings from Cristobal lo West Coast Central America
Cristbal to New Orleans via g
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala Cristbal
S.S. Chiriqui.....(Patcenger Service Only)......Jane 26
S.S. (biriqu ....................................July 1*
TELEPHONES:
CRI8TOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2SM COLON M
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MOOBEMcCORMACR
Next Freight Salllngi from Vancouver, Seattle, Portland.
San Francisco, and Los Angeles to Balboa or Cristbal
S.S. MORMACGULF
From San Francisco...............................June 22
From Los Angeles .................................June 28
S.S. MORMACSUN
From San Francisco ................................July 19
From Los Angeles ..................................July 23
Next Freight Sailings from Cristobal to Los Angeles ana
San Francisco v
S.S. MORMACSVN
To Los Angeles and San Francisco..................June 25
S.S. MORMACLAND
To Los Angeles and San Francisco..................July 5
For information apply to Agents
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Cristbal 2121 Panam 2-2904 2-2804
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KLROrr A.ND NORTH AND SOUTH PACIFIC COASTS
(A Limited Number of Passenger Bertha)
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S.S. Pont Audemer ......................................... July 11
TO rCUAOOR PERI) AND CHILE:
SS Argentan............................................. June IS
TO CFNTRAI AMERICA AND WEST COAST U.S.A.:
M.S. Winnipeg ........................................... June JO
PASSENGER SHIP TO FRENCH WEST INDIES MARSEILLES:
5 S. Changchow ........................................... June It
FROM NEW YORK
la PLYMOUTH a I.E HAVRE:
"II* Dc France'' ....................................,..... June tt
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By PETER J. HAYES
ANCHORAOE. Alaska. June 18
(U.P.). Few youngsters In
TV-less Anchorage hanker to be
cowboys or cowgirls when they
grow up. To the local small-fry,
firemen are the big- heroes and
Hopalong Cassldy Isn't In the
same league with Fire Chief
! George Burns.
Burns has been the chief of
the fire department here for leas
than two years, but through his
fire prevention work with school
children he has not only become
their idol, but reduced fire loss
markedly.
Since last Otober there has-
n't bean a single fire at a home
where a grade school child
lives.
Chief Burn's theory of catch-
ing them young has a two-fold
purpose. Fi *. youngsters In the
early grades are easier to im-
press, and second, their enthus-
iasm for fire prevention leads
parents to remedy danger spots
in the home in self defense.
"One father told me the other
day that his 6-year-old son dis-
covered a worn electric cord In
the living room," Burns said:
"The tot wouldn't let him read
his paper until he fixed the cord."
With twinkling eyes. Burns
explained that much of the ef-
fectiveness of his education pro-
gram Is the result of the magic
lure of fire trucks. "A youngster
will do anything for a ride."
A child goes to the station and
gives the chief his solemn pro-
mise that he has not been play-
ing with matches and that he
has filled out a home inspection
report that is distributed by
Burns in the schools.
That's good enough for the
chief and the youngster, pop-
eyed with excitement, wheels a-
round the block in the big red
pumper,
The high point of the chief's
program comes in October
during Fire Prevention Week.
Burns gives talks In school and
the smaller children are In-
vited down to the station for
ice cream cones.
Fire prevention poster and
essay contest winners receive
handsome prizes donated by
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frc.m the station house roof into
nets and put out a fire in a
shack placed on the city hall
lawn.
Two first graders with plenty
ot freckles are picked by their
classmates to reign as king and
queen over the festivities.
Chief Burns readily admits
that his program with school
children is patterned after Seat-
tle's, which has received wide
attention under Capt. Stephen
Sanlsle's direction.
That it paid off was proved
last fall when the Board of Fire
Underwriters reduced Anchor-
age's premium classification
from seven to six. That meant a
20 per cent cut in fire Insurance
for Anchorage home owners.
Crime Prober Would
Subpoena Florida's
Governor Warren
WASHINGTON, June li (UP)
Sen. Lester C. Hunt, D., Wyo.,
recommended today that the
Senate Crime Committee sub-
poena Gov. Fuller Warren of
Florida to testify at hearings in
Tallahassee this week.
Warren notified Committee
Chairman Herbert R. O'Connor.
D.. Md., Saturday that he did
not Intend to discuss further his
reinstatement of Sheriff Jimmy
Sullivan of Dade (Miami) Coun-
ty. The Governor said tersely
that he Is not "accountable" to
the committee, the U. S. Senate
or any Federal agency for his
actions.
Hunt, a committee member,
fired back that Warren should
be subpoenaed. The Senator has
not decided whether he will
press for such action but he said
Warren "apparently has been
the center around which this
whole controversy resolves."
In Its recent report, the crime
committee said it had uncover-
ed evidence that Sullivan made
a lot more money than his
salary as sheriff during the
years that wide open gambling
flourished in the Miami area.
Warren removed Sullivan from
office but reinstated him after
the State Supreme Court de-
clared invalid the grand Jury
Indictment which led to the
sheriff's ouster. Warren told
O'Connor that both the court
and the Florida legislature had
upheld 8ulllvan's reinstatement.
Warren said he was willing to
discuss Interstate crime with
the committee but will refuse to
go Into the Sullivan matter.
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When the contest for the Van-
derbUt Cup was held this year in
Chicago a team composed largely
of university students eliminated
one of the country's best known i
foursomes. This Is just one sign j
of a rebirth of Interest in bridge
among college students.
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leges take part In an Intercolle-
giate bridge contest. The first
round is played by means of pre-
arranged hands, designed to se-
lect the most skillful pairs.
How would you like to test your
skill as the'students did? Just
look at the North-South cards of
today's hand and plan your play
to make four hearts. Don't read
on until you've made up your own
plan.
West leads the queen of spades,
and that suit is continued until
South rufts the third round. Now
South must set up dummy's dia-
monds or ruff out his own losing
clubs (or both) in order to devele
op enough tricks.
Since the diamond finesse must
be tried. South enters dummy
with a club to lead a diamond.
The queen holds, and South lays
down the ace of diamonds to con-
tinue the work of clearing the
suit.
When West drops the Jack of
diamonds South has some warn-
ing that the suit may break bad-
ly. The time has come to draw
trumps, but South cannot afford
to finesse. He must take the ace
and then the king of hearts.
The next step is to ruff a dia-
mond in the hope of dropping
both of the missing diamonds.
This hope falls, so South gets to
the dummy with a club to ruff
another diamond. Finally South
ruffs a club in dummyand he
has ten tricks. East.gets the last
trick with the queen of hearts.
If you didn't plan it that way,
don't worry too hard about It.
Many of the college students
muffed it also.
C-47 Finishes Up
On State Highway
OMAHA. June 18 (UP) An
Air Force C-47 crashed and roll-
ed onto a traffic-filled highway
yesterday while landing after a
flight from Hamilton, Cal., Air
Force Base. Seventeen men were .
injured, two critically.
The plane crashed on the edge,
of a runway at Offutt Field, i
headquarters of the Strategic Air i
Command. It skidded and rolled
over a dirt rod and nosed off
onto Highway 75, partially block-
ing it.
No automobiles on the road
were struck, but heavy Sunday
traffic was blocked for hours
near Fort Crook. Neb.
The pilot and another crew
member were believed "critically
:urt."
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MacArthur Probers Will Slam
Way Truman Conducted Ouster
*Vg*r I Picketing Women and Children
WASHINGTON, June 18(UP)-Senators investigar- i*-***"* ""
ing the dismissal of Gen. Douglas MacArthur generally .1 .. T- f-m
agreed yesterday that President Truman's handling of the |-Q|| MdSS J31llHQS, I t Vj3S
matter was "deplorable" and "indefensible/
Styles Bridges, R., N.H., John J. Sparkman, D., Ala.,
and H. Alexander Smith, R., N.J., agreed on that point in
separate interviews. None qestioned the President's auth-
ority to relieve MacArthur but all criticized the manner in
which it was done.
The Senators are members of the Senate Armed Ser-
vices-Foreign Relations Committee which will resume the
MacArthur hearings this week, with special presidential
adviser W. Averell Harriman as the witness.
The committee meets today to consider a subcommit-
tee recommendation aimed at winding up the investigation
in two weeks.
Preliminary soundings already
have been taken on possible areas
of agreement among the 28 mem-
bers which could be embraced In
a single committee report. In ad-
dition, at least three sharply
varying supplementary reports
on controversial issues were ex-
pected.
Republican and Democratic
Senators are poles apart on the
Wk question of whether MacAr-
thur's firing was Justified re-
gardless of how it was handled.
But Bridges, Smith and Spark-
man made it clear that the final
report probably will condemn Mr.
Truman's manner of ousting the
general.
All three Senators argued that
the President erred when he an-
nounced the dismissal at one
McCarthy States
His Marine Style
Fight Will Go On
NEW YORK, June 18 (UP)
Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy. Rep.,
Wls., has charged that "a group
of wining, whimpering craven
appeasers" Is preaching a "gos-
pel of fear" In the nation.
Quoting liberally from hear-
ings before the Senate's MacAr-
thur Investigating Committee, he
said that men in the nation's
highest positions" .have been
the morning before "bragging about selling 500,000.-
wordgotto the general Mmself. 000- half a billion-of our
MacArthur has testified that he! Ameslintc CommuMs!v
was fired "summarily." and that i McCarthy told the national
this imperilled troop security in! convention of the 5th Marine
Korea because he was unable to Division at the week end that he
SILVER CITY. N. M.. June 18
(UP)A hundred women and
children picketing the Empire
Zinc mine here stood their
ground with curses and jeers
Saturday as sheriffs' officers,
who already had arrested 50 of
their number, tried to disperse
them with tear gas.
After the futile attempt which |
climaxed a mornlng-long-bat-
tle. harassed officials trying to
enforce a court order banning
a road blockade conferred to
decide whether to seek a truce
with the resolute miners' wives
and their children.
Sheriff Leslie Gofarth admit-
ted he was about ready to con-
cede to the women and children. |
As fast as he arrested them more
took their places in the picket |
line and he said his lall space
fast was nearing capacity.
"It looks like an endless lob."
Ooforth saicLwearily after hours
of trying, bv persuasion and
force, to get the women and
children to remove their bar-
ricade from the road.
The road leads to the small
mining town of Hanover and
the Empire Mine, struck by
members of the International
Mine. Mill and Smelter Workers |
Union for seven months in a
wage dlsDute.
The current trouble started
last Monday when the company
Invited the strikers to return to
work at a 15 per cen hourly
wage Increase. The union reject-
ed the increase aud ordered the
picketing. The company secured
a court order against blocking
the road and officers arrested
12 men pickets.
The deputies began arresting
the pickets after the miners'
wives and children appeared at
the road blockade earlier man-
ned by the dozen arrested men.
By mid-day 50 women and an
uncounted number of their
children had been taken to jail
here. The children were released
and sent home.
The sheriff announced plans
to talk things over with the Dis-
trict Attorney after deputies
fired tear gas bombs at the
Ickets shortly before noon,
rind whipped the fumes away,
however, before they could take
effect other than to drawn an
outburst of curses, screams,
howls and catcalls from the tar-
gets.
The pickets stood aside to al-
low a few cars to pass along the
narrow, winding mountain road
connecting the tiny mountain
town with Silver City only after
making sure the cars did not
contain returning workers.
Shortly after the tear ga.
bombs were fired one car car-
rying two men tried to pass th*
picket line but was stopped. De-
puties- who tried to interfere
were in turn attacked bv the
women and driven into retreat
Chicago Father Builds Church
As Thanks For Sons Survival
By CLINT WADE
DICKSON, Tenn.. June 18
(UP) Men of many faiths,
flocked here Saturday to dedi-
cate a Roman Catholic church
built by a Tennesseean to square
himself with God.
Ed Henslee, a Chicago lawyer,
promised God he would build a
church in his hometown if his
son's life was spared in World
War II.
Today Father's Day Hen-
slee kept his promise. He saw
trim, red-bricked St. Christo-
phers Church dedicated as a
crowd of 700 overlowed the 200-
capacltv church.
"God was good to me when 1
called on him." said Henslee.
"The least I can do is keep my
share of the promise... So I a
built Him a church here in Dick-
son, where there was never a
Catholic church before.
Henslee. who Is general coun-
sel for the American Brother-
hood of Railroad Trainmen, ac-
tually began construction of the
church In September of 1950 af-1
ter more than five years of
planning. It was built without
blueprints.
Not the least important spec-
tator was former Lt. Comdr. Ed
Henslee. Jr.. the 31-year-old son
of the church's builder. "I'm
really just an Innocent bystan-
der." said young Henslee.
Although Henslee accepted no
funds. Lutherans. Jews and na-
tional veterans' organizations
joined to purchase fixtures.
A score of speakers of various
faiths emphasized the fellow-
ship of man and the fight of
Christianity against Commun-
ism in the speeches that fol-
lowed the High Mass which of-
ficially opened the house of
worship.
The Rt. Rev. William Adrian,
bishop of the diocese of Ten-
nessee, predicted the church
P-T Association Meets
Tonight In San Miguel.
The Parent-Teachers' Associa-
tion meeting will be held tonight
at the regular meeting place, "O*
Street. French Society Hall, Saa
Miguel. All teachers and parent*
are urged to be present.
might become a shrine of auxl-
ous parents of servicemen who)
seek the safe return of their
children.
St. Christopher's is a Wil-
liamsburg colonial style red
brick structure with a whit
plaster and cherry wood in-
terior. Its cherry paneling and
fine woodwork came from a
proud old Southern mansion. It
altar was designed and carved by
Bishop Adrian.
turn his command over In an or-
derly manner to Gen. Matthew B.
Rldgway, his successor.
Defense Secretary George C.
Marshall has explained that
White House fears of a news-
paper "leak" on the firing, plus
a .radio power failure, caused a
last minute shift in the plans
and speeded up the White
House announcement.
The plan had been for Army
Secretary Frank C. Pace, Jr., then
in Tokyo, to carry the news to
MacArthur, but the power fail-
ure meant Pace didn't get the
word and the general was in-
'formed by his wfle that he was
out.
Sparkman. a Democratic for-
blames "some of the roughness"
in his campaign against Commu-
nism on his Marine Corps train-
ing.
He attacked the "bleeding
heart elements" of press and ra-
dio, which have objected to his
methods and called them "Mc-
Carthylsm," and said "we were-
n't taught to' wear lace panties
and fight with lace hankies in
the Marine Corps."
McCarthy said he is proud
"that the name which my father
gave me shall forever be identi-
fied with a direct rpugh fight
against the enemy which would
destroy our civilization and en-
slave us."
1 "Let me assure you," he said,
that those who shed crocodile
Anti Narcotics Chief
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eign jDpHcy spokesman, said the tears for the families of traitors
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discharge was handled "deplor-
aMy>
' It was too important to make
a charfge in plans because of pos-
sible leaks to the press," Spark-
man said. "The White House
should have stuck to the original
schedule, that was not a good
reason." ...... .......
Bridges, one of the most vigor-
ous critics of Administration Far
Eastern policy, said the commit-
tee report "certainly" will find
that Mr. Trman had the right
to fire the general. But he pie-
dieted that the Democrats would
join Republicans in agreeing the
discharge was'"handled in a re-
markably poor manner."
Smith, too, predicted general
agreement on the President's le-
gal authority to fire MacArthur
and on criticism of the way of
doing it.
"I think we are all agreed In
the committee that the way the
dismissal of MacArthur was han-
dled was indefensible. That's a
strong word I know, but I feel
that its use is Justified in
case," he said.
this
whom 1 expose, with no tears left
over for the families of American
boys who were betrayed by those
traitors, ar scaring no one.
"Let me assure you that re-
gardless of how high pitched be-
comes the squealing and scream-
ing of those left-wing bleeding
Heart phony liberals, this battle
is going to go on. That I promise
you."
Soldier Counsels
Students: Watch
Government Actions
LOS ANGELES, June 18 (UP)
Lt. Gen. Albert C. Wsde'meyer
told the University of Southern
California's second largest grad-
uating class Saturday to accept
the responsibilities of citizenship
i. and "not only willingly bear
7 arms" but keep up an active in-
terest In government.
The 8th Army commander de-
livered the charge to 4869 grad-
uating seniors at commencement
exercises on the campus and told
them the world faces a choice be-
tween "light or darkness, free-
dom or enslavement, survival or
extinction."
"The major difficulties of the
world,' he said, "have their gen-
esis in the struggle between the
forces of a perverted philosophy
Communismand the forces of
Western Democracy.
"I submit humbly but with deep
feeling this charge to the mem-
bers of the graduating class: At
all times accept enthusiastically
*nd Implement unselfishly the
full responsibilities inherent In
American citizenship.
"By this charge f mean that
you will not only willingly bear
arms in America's defense, but
-also that you will take a realis-
tic, continuing interest in all ac-
tivities of government.
' I ask you especially to exam-
ine closely the motives and qual-
ifications of an individual or
group advocating a departure
from established principles of
Democratic government."
Dr. Raymond B. Allen, presi-
dent of the University of Wash-
on, delivered the commence-
rr.< nt address and told the clas*
the U. 8. would be "dromod
failure" If lt insists on forcing
Coast Guard Flies
Tot From Mid-Ocean
To Miami Hospital
MIAMI, Fla-., June 18 (UP)
The Coast Guard rushed a plane
on a mercy mission yesterday to
a ship near Cuba to pick up a
two-and-one-half year old girl I
who was reported in serious con-1
dltlon from a head injury.
The PBY plane, dispatched
from St. Petersburg, will bring!
the girl to the Coast Guard base |
here, where a brain surgeon from
Variety Children's Hospital will
be waiting.
The ship, the Alcoa Pointer,
radioed the Coast Guard from a
point at sea near Nuevitas, Cuba,
for advice. The Coast Guard re-
layed the information to the U.8.
Public Health Service in Miami.
The Public Health Service advis-
ed that the girl, be removed as
soon as possible.
the American way of life on coun-
tries it tries to help.
Dr. Allen said lt is "of the ut-
most importance" that the U. S.
not yield to the temptation to
"superimpose a carbon copy of
out own social and economic or-
ganization upon other peples
whose cultures and needs are dif-
ferent than our own."
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Narcotics Commissioner Harry
J. Anslinger said yesterday pa-
rents must bear a heavy share
of blame for the current epide-
mic of youthful drug addiction,
but promised to wipe out narco-
tics peddling if "congress will
give us the tools."
Anslinger said the wave of
teen-age addiction has hit nine
cities New York, Philadelphia,
Detroit, Chicago, St. Louis, New
Orleans. San Francisco, Wash-
ington and Baltimore.
So far, he said, "no addiction
has been detected" among high
school children except In New
York City, where a special Inves-
tigation last week spread before
the public a tragic story of cor-
ruption of young boys and girls
by use of dope.
To'combat the menace he urg-
ed early Congressional action on
a pending bill to impose drastic
new penalties on narcotics ped-
dlers.
The measure, approved Friday
by the House Ways and Means
Committee, would provide com-
pulsory 5, 10 and 20 year jail
terms for second and third of-
fenders, with no suspended sen-
tences or probation.
"That is our first priority," An-
slinger said. "That will dry the
traffic up. If Congress passed
that bill next week, we will real-
ly show you some work."
Anslinger said talks with many
young addicts have convicted
him, he said, that "Inadequate
parental control, lack of moral
and ethical values In the home,
and total disregard for human
personality and personal respon-
sibility" are at the root of, youth-
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"Where these elements are
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Anslinger said he has "not
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MONDAY,. JUNE II, 1MI
Dodgers Boost National League Lead To 6 Games
(la m panfila Clouts Homer
:|i Ninth To Win Contest
By United Prtss

NEW YORK, June 18 The Dodgers boosted their
! National League lead to six full games yesterday by com-
ing from behind to beat the Cubs 3-2 at Chicago on Roy
'Campanula's honjer in the ninth.
scored his sixth straight win
while spacing out eight hits as
Venezuelan shortstop Chico Car-
rasquel drove in two runs with
! Trailing 2-1 in the ninth, the
Dodgers cashed in on a fatal er-
ror when shortstop Johnny Cu-
ticle bobbled a grounder b
'Hodges and Campanella follow-i
ed with a victory homer. The
; Cubs' Frank Baumholts had
! homered earlier.
The Cards topped the Phillies
|5-4 in ten innings at St. Louis,
i Stan Musial's 14th homer and his
second of the day gave reliefer
lOftrry Staley his eighth victory
as- the Cards made it three in a
row over the Phillies. Willie Jones
homered for the Phils.
The Reds and Braves got
"TTeartening help from little
known pitchers Harry Perkow-
ski. twirling a three-hitter for
the Reds in the opener, and
rookie Chet Nichols, retaliat-
ing with an eight-hit shutont
for the Braves.
Earl Torgeson started Nichols
off right with a three-run third-
inning homer.
The Pirates snapped a five-
game Giants winning streak as
Howie Pollet pitched his first vic-
torv of the year in his new uni-
form. Another new Pirate, Bill
Hdwerton, homered while Monte
Irvln and Willie Mays hit Giant
homers.
The second game was suspend-
ed due to the Pennsylvania cur-
few. Clyde McCullough, Ralph
Klner and Gus Bell blasted Pi-
rate homers. Wes Westrum and
Irvin also hit roundtrippers for
the Giants.
Plummer Scores Easy Victory-
Over Mediocre Jesus Compos
AMERICAN LEAGUE
The White Sox boosted their
lead to three-and-one-half games
over the Yankees when they took
a doubleheader from the Athlet-
ics 4-1 and 9-0 at Philadelphia.
White Sox Cuban rightfield-
r Oreates Mioao stole the
show with five hits for the day.
including a double and triple
In the second game, which
boosted his league leading av-
erage to .379.
In the opener, Randy Gumpert
Cuban pitcher Wltto Aloma,
making his first start of the year
in the second game, hurled a
five-hitteryielding one walk
and striking out three. White
Sox centerflelder Jim Busby hit
a second game homer.
The Red Sox also won a twin-
bill from the Browns 5-4 and 3-0
at Boston. The Sox' Ray Scar-
borough pitched a six-hitter and
Bobby Doerr paced a 13-hit first
game attack with a homer and a
double. The Browns' Johnny BeF-
ro and Paul Lehner homered.
Ted Williams, who drove in
four runs for the day, gave Mel
Parnell the needed lead for an.
eight-hit shutout with a two-
ran homer in the first inning.
It was Parndl's seventh victo-
ry.
The Yankees topped the Tigers
5-0 before 45.642 fans at the Sta-
dium. Allle Reynolds pitched
artfully to gain his sixth victory
and second shutout, giving up on-
ly four hits to the punchless Ti-
gers.
The Yankees made two runs in
the second Inning on Oil Mc-
Dougald's and Jerry Coleman's
singles, a walk to Reynolds and
an infield out plus George Kell's
error.
In the eighth they added three
runs on Jackie Jensen's single
and stolen base. Yogi Berras
double and Johnny Mize's first
homer of the year.
Fred Santord. who couldn't win
for the Yankees, pitched a three-
hitter in his first start for the
Senators to give them their third
sralght win over the Indians, 5-1.
fat Washington.
Sam Mele gave Sanford all the
! help he needed with a two-run
; first Inning single. The Senators
later pulled a triple-steal with
1 Gil Coan on the scoring end.
It seems that racing even in this best of all possible worlds
(are you kidding?) is not always conducted to the complete sa-
tisfaction o/ everyone. Here in the Big Town there is clamorous
pretest against the harsh disqualification role and vociferous
demand for what is known as a consolation double,
To take them in the order named. Here when a horse inter-
feres with another sufficiently to stir the interest of the presiding
officials the animal is arbitrarily placed last. Even if only the top
horse suffered and the rest of the field trailed by lengths, back
to the end of the line goes the offender.
In other sectors where improving the breed is both a cul-
tural and fiscal activity, the disposition is to apply reason,
justice, and in extraordinary cases, sanity. Interference is penal-
ired in proportion to the offense and the horseor riderat
fault is moved back to second, third, fourth, etc.
This would seem to be the proper and logical procedure. Ive
always thought so myself. But the other night I sat around with
Eddie Arcaro. Inventor of the S3.80 mutuel ticket, and he started
me to thinking, a phenomenon which occurs less often than
Halley's comet. The country's premier rider thought the New
York rule a splendid one.
Off hand, you'd think the Jockeys, they are the ones who
take the rap, would be firmly opposed... "I'll tell you why we
aren't. It discourages crazy riding, makes for better racing and
greater safety. You know, you can get hurt pretty badly out
there when they start throwing horses at you and you are trying
W mind your own business."

THE RULE REEPS 'EM HONEST
Arcaro continued: "As long as a boy knows he's not going to
get any part of the money, he's going to hesitate a long time
before he tries to crowd you off the track. How many disqualifi-
cations do you see around here? Very few. The drastic rule which
pins you last keeps you honest."
I had to concede the young man had a point. And it is a fact
the riding here is more than reasonably clean and it is not
chauvinism, which prompts the assertion the racing here is the
best in the country. Arcaro added: "You remember what hap-
pened in the Broker's Tip Derby, don't you?"
8ure do. There was an example of what can happen when
discipline is lax and rules don't mean much. As applied to the
Derby, in fact, they scarcely mean anything. There has never
been a disqualification in the 77 runnings of the event. In this
fiarticular Derby the best horse was beaten, the two jockeys out
n front were guilty of flagrant fouls, and yet no realistic action
vas taken.
Arcaro nodded: "What did Meade, who started trie fouling;,
have to lose? He had second cinched. If he took a chance and
got away with it he might gel first. It was the Derby, he wag
riding for old man Bradley, a power out there, and he knew
nothing could happen to him. except maybe get hurt."
Nothing happened to him. He didn't get hurt, either. Brok-
er's Tip got there first and paid $19 80. And Don Meade. besides
whatever bets he had going for him. got 10 per cent of the
M9.925 purse. Had the race been run under New York regulations
both Jockeys would have been disqualified, the two horses sent
to the rear, and all others moved up. All right, this wouldn't
nave been fair to the horse Meade fouled and the bettors would
. have had a legitimate beef, but the bigger point is It couldn't
have hapoened here Meade wouldn't have tried it, knowing he'd
have to I rfeit place money and get nothing at all.

YOU CAN LOSE. BUT CANT WIN
This is admittedly a controversial rule. Perhaps It Is too
stringent. But it does have its merits and I believe the racing
fathers should ponder at length before bowing to'clamor for re-
vision. I can't say as much for their refusal to yield to demands
for a consolation double, though.
Any rule which says you can lose but can't win is patently
a bad rule. That's how the present rule works out here. -Like last
v.eekend when there was a late scratch in the second race.
A $53.30 horse won the first. A thing called Rub-Adub-Dub was
the key horse In the second. It is popular to couple the key horse
with all the others in the other race. In this case the Investment
on a $2 ticket amounted to $24
But when Rub-Adub-Dub was hurt going to the post and
acratched all the Investors got back was $2. For those who had
wheeled the key horse with everything in the first race this
meant a loss of $22 despite the fact they had a $53 30 winner.
A wild and understandable demonstration followed.
This is one rule which should be immediately revised. It
doesn't make sense and is shockingly unfair. Maybe a consolation
payotl. which generally returns the price of the first winner. Isn't
the most practical ioIii ton. bi.t When the bettor gels no action
h* should a: leas' get his money ha-k. AH of It. Even the ball
-parks give ou a rain check when its possible to play only half
fame
Federico Plummer, ISO, last
night scored an easy one-sided
unanimous decision over a me-
diocre Jesus Compos, 124, in the
featured ten-round bout at the
Colon Arena.
Compos of Puerto Rico was no
match for the elongated Panam
featherweight champion. Plum-
mer seemed to be about one foot
taller than his pint-sized oppo-
nent when they squared off in the
ring and used his superior reach
to advantage.
Plummer had things so much
his own way that only in the
fifth, ninth and tenth rounds did
he go all out. In the fifth he
dropped Compos to one knee
without a count following a brief
outburst of punches.
In the ninth and tenth, Plum-
mer hit the visitor with every-
thing he had but failed to put
him down even once. Compos
displayed that he is very fast,
can take a punch ell and is in
general a good defensive fighter
but he did nothing to help him
win the bout.
The six-round semi-final was
a much better battle than the
main boutin fact all the other
contests were thrillers and saved
the program.
Vicente Worrel was deprived
of a clear-cut victory in the
secondary attraction which
was awarded to Gregorio Peres
in a typical "Colon decision."
Worrell opened a wide early
lead and had Perez on the canvas
for an eight-count in the third
round. Vicente also took three
other rounds by clear margins. ,
Perez gained strength midway
through the final stanza and fin-
ished stronger than his opponent
to get a slight edge in the last
round. However, this scarcely
warranted him being voted the
winner.
One judge and Refesee Lay
voted for Perez in a decision that
was lustily booed.
Joe Sande, 126, scored a fourth
round technical knockout over
Vicente Santiago, 127, in a gory
battle.
The battle was a real thriller.
Santiago had Sande down for an
eight-count and on the verge of
a knockout after receiving a deep
gash over his left eye.
The bout had to be halted af ter/
the third round because of the
seriousness of the cut which
spouted so much blood that both
fighters were practically bathed
in crimson when the battle was
finally stopped. Santiago substi-
tuted for Fidel Morris.
Carlos Watson and Hankln
Barrows III, 136-pounders, bat-
tled to a draw in the other four-
round preliminary. Both fight-
ers went down for eight counts.
American League
Teams
Chicago...... M
New York..... 34
Boston....... $$-
Cleveland..... 29
Detroit...... 2*
Washington ... 81
St. Louis...... 1$
Philadelphia . 1$
Won Lost Pet.
17
;ti
u
tc
26
32
37
37
.691
.631
.66
.527
.500
.39$
.3X7
.327
TODAYS GAMES,
Cleveland at Boston.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(First Game)
Wisconsin Wins
Marietta Regatta
In Thrilling Finish
MARIETTA,Ohio,June 18 (UP)
Wisconsin upset the favorites
Saturday to win the varsity race
In the Intercollegiate Rowing
Regatta at Marietta, Ohio.
The Badgers were lightly-re-
garded "land-lubbers" before the
start of the 40th running of the
regatta on the flooded waters of
the Ohio River. But they wasted
little time in showing favored
Washington and Princeton that
they were the crew to beat over
the two-mile course.
Wisconsin moved out front at
the half mile mark and went on
to win by more than a length
over second place Washington.
Princeton was a close third, fol-
lowed by California and Penn-
sylvania.
The race originally was sched-
uled for three miles, but debris
on the Ohio caused the officials
to shorten It by one mile.
Wisconsin covered the two-mile
course In seven minutes, 50 and
one-half secondsa full 17 sec-
onds better than the time set by
Washington under the same
flooded conditions last year.
The California crew won the
junior varsity race, with the
Washington Jayvees second and
Columbia third.
Henry Young Dies;
Tribute Rendered
Henry J. Young, an ardent
turfite.and constructor of the
Juan Franco starting gate, died
Saturday night at the San Fer-
nando Clinic after a lingering
illness.
Mr. Young was burled yester-
day. The Juan Franco Track
paid tribute to Mr. Young's
memory bv holding a minute's
silence before the running of
the fifth race.
Chicago
ihia
001 020 0104
100 000 0001
10
8
National League
Team
Won Lost Pet.
Brooklyn. ..... 36
New York..... 32
St. Louis ...... 29
Boston ....... M
Cincinnati..... 21
Philadelphia. . W
Chicago...... 23
Pittsburgh. . 21
Faces In
The Majors
.655
.542
.518
.491
.191|
.464 i
.442|
.389
Lou Sleater
Boston at Chicago.
New York at St.Louis (N).
Phil'p....
Gumpert and Erautt; Seero
(1-6) and Murray. Tlpton.
YESTERDAYS RESULTS
(First Game)
Boston 000 000 0101 3 2
Cincinnati 000 000 20x2 6 0
Sain (4-71, Chipman and Mu-
2 eller; Perkowski (1-1) and Pram-
esa.
Chic
Phil'p
(Second Game)
004 220 0019
'phia 000 000 0000
16
5
Aloma (1-0) and Masl; Kellner
(4-51, Martin, Burtschy and As-
troth.
f.
(First Game)
St. Louis 000 100 1024 6 3
Boston 010 100 12x5 13 1
Sucheckl (0-2>. Hogue and Lol-
lard Scarborough (4-31, Kinder
and Moss.
(Second Game)
St. Louis 000 000 0000 8 2
Boston 200 001 OOx3 11 0
Wldmar (3-5,1. Hogue and
Batts; Parnell (7-4 and Rosar.
'l

Detroit 000 000 0000 4.
New York 020 000 03x5 9
Gray (8-7; and Robinson. Gins-
berg; Reynolds i6-4i and Berra.
Cleveland 001 000 0001 3 5
Washington 220 001 OOx5 0 0
Chakales (2-2), Zuverlnk, Brs-
ale, Wynn and Tebbetts; Sanford
(l-3i. Harris and Grasso.
-----------1-----1-----1---------------------------------r
(Second Game)
Boston 033 100 0105 10 0
Cincinnati 000 000 0000 8 2
Nichols <3-2) and Mueller:
Blackwell i7-6), Fox, Byerly and
Scheffing.
(First Game)
New York 010 000 040 5-9 0
Pltteb'rgh 321 040 lOx-11 12 0
Bowman (2-4), Spencer, Ken-
nedy, Jones and Westrum; Pol-
let (1-3), Werle and Garaglola.
(Second GameCalled at end of
eighth inning. Curfew Law)
New York 000 202 11^8 9 2
Pittsburgh 110 002 206 9 0
Gettel, Jansen and Westrum;
QQueen. Friend, Werle, Dlckson
and McCullough.
Brooklyn' 000 100 0023 6 0
Chicago 101 000 0002 6 2
Podbielan, King i6-3> and
Campanella; Lown (0-4) and Ed-
wards.
(1$ Innings)
Philphia 000 102 010 0-4 10 1
St. Louis 000 202 000 15 11 0
Roberts, Meyer (4-5 > and 8em-
inick; Brecheen, Brazle, Staley
(8-6) and Rice..
-----------'----**-------------
Stengel Says White Sox
Will Be Tough All Year
BY
STEVE SNIDER
0
NEW YORK. June 18 (UP)
Casey Stengel of the New York
Yankees has a hunch those rol-
licking Chicago White Sox are
going to be tough right down to
the finish.
To hear Casey tell it, the White
Sox are a super team but it's like-
ly he's only trying to put the
whammy on a respected foe.
There never was a time since he
took over the Yankees that Sten-
gel figured any other club could
beat out his.
But let's listen to Stengel's an-
swer to the American League's
favorite question: What makes
the White Sox click?
"For one thing they're in the
habit of winning. They won
more exhibition games this
spring than any other major
league club and they've licked
everybody In the league except
us since the season opened."
The Yankees, who tie into the
wonderful Comiskeys once again
this week, hold a 5 to 2 edge at
the moment. No other club can
make that statement.
"Okay. let's look at 'em." said
Casey, "that fellow on first base
(Eddie Robinson' is having the
greatest year of his life. They got
a great second base combination
(Nelson Fox and Chico Carras-
quea that gived 'em great
strength down the middle. They
got a half dozen third basemen.
"In centerfield they got a guy
who runs 10 miles to catch a fly
ball i Jim Busby) and he gets on
base all the time. When he gets
on, he steals second, steals third
and steals home. They got an-
other fellow out there Orestes
Mlnosoi who hits better and
runs. too.
"They got catchers who move
around. Both of 'em (Phil Mas i
and Gus Niarhoit get out in
front of the plate to field bums
as good as anybody. They help
out a bad fielding pitcher."
Stengel couldn't find words for
White Sox pitching or If he could
he declined to use them.
He's as baffled as everyone else
about how Manager Paul Rich-
ards could make winners out of
also-rans like Randy Gumpert,
Lou Kretlow, Saul Rogovin, Ken
Holcombe and Howie Judson.
Billy Pierce and Joe Dobson were
front-line pitchers and their suc-
cesses were more or less expect-
ed.
Stengel ad-
got a great
"For one thing,'
mltted, "they've
manager."
Stengel, incidentally, is far
more impressed by Cleveland's
pitching because of its proven
ability over the years. But he has
to respect the Sox on their cur-
rent record.
Robinson, the socking first
sacker. is, indeed, having his
greatest season. He never was a
.300 hitter over a full season
while with Cleveland or Wash-
ington but he is over that now
and knocking in runs so often
that Ted Williams has a tough
time keeping up With him for the
American League lead.
It's the timely slugging by Rob-
inson, behind consistent get-
ting-on-base abilities of the rest
of the cast that makes Casey fig-
ure the White Sox are here to
stay. For a while longer, anyway.
Hogan Scores
Brilliant Win
In USA Open
BIRMINGHAM, Michigan,
June 18. (UP) Little Ben Ho-
San, by his own admission, shot
le greatest golf of his life Sat-
urday to win the National Open
for the second straight year.
The steel-nerved pro from Fort
Worth, who was \n 40th place af-
ter the first round, fired a
scorching three-undex-par 67 on
the final round to win the na-
tion's biggest tournament with a
card of 287.
It was the first sub-par round
of the tournament on the tough
Oakland HlUs course at Birming-
ham. Michigan.
Clayton Heafner of Charlotte,
North Carolina, was the only oth-
er one In the field of top pros
and amateurs to crack, par on the
rugged course. Heafner finished
with a 69 to take'second place,
two strokes behind Hogan.
Bobby Locke of South Africa,
who had tied for the lead after
the morning round with Jimmy
Demaret of QJal, California, fin-
ished third with 291. Locke fal-
tered In the afternoon and took
a 73 to wind up with 291.
Juilus Boros of Southern Pines,
North Carolina and Lloyd Man-
grum of Niles. Illinois, tied for
fourth with 293 one stroke a-
head pf four others.
Hogan had an. uphill fight all
the way to win his third Nation-
al Open in four year*. Not since
Bobby Jones has one man so do-
minated the tournament.
Bantam Ben pulled to within
five strokes of the lead at the
halfway mark Friday. Then, in
Saturday morning's round, he
took a one-over-par 71, to clip
three strokes off the lead shared
by Locke and Jimmy Demaret.
But the final round was Ben's
best by far, or as he put It, "The
greatest round of my life."
Hogan had a par 35 on the
front nine, then really got rolling
on the return trip to the club-
house Goipg Into the final hole
hi had three birdies and was two
under par.
His final drive was a fine drive
right down the middle of the
narrow fairway. His second shot
dropped on the green only 14 feet
from the pin and the crowd of
some 10,000 cheered long and
loud as Ben pulled his putter
from the bag. Hogan paused
briefly tipped his hat. then can-
ned the putt for a birdie three to
wrap up the title.
Albrook Curundu Wins Big
Bore Competiton At Far Fan;
Jaffray Again Top Individual
An Albrook-Curundu Gun Club rifle team, whose chancea
weren't expected to amount to much in the absence of two of
their top shooters, rose to the occasion and soundly shellacked
the competition in the two week 30-06 match completed at Far
Fan yesterday. They fired 1786 out of a possible 2000 over a
course whioh Includes both rapid fire and position shooting, using
the small decimal NRA targets.
In the absence of Earl Mitchell and Bob Dtmlng, two Al-
brook-Curundu standbys, M/Sgt. Bill Merriman, the smallbore
hot shot, and Captain Bob Gorder who is better known for hi*
handgunf shooting, both fired excellent scores to save the bacon
for the flier-civilian combination.
The Marine Barracks team from the West Bank, Just return-
ed from a successful competition in Bermuda, took second place
away from the Balboa Gun Club aggregation by six points as
they fired 1721 and 13 x's to the letter's 1715 and 14 x's. The
competition for second was nip and tuck all the way. with Bal-
boa's old Texlcan. Todhunter Todd, firing In last position and
almost pulling the chestnuts out of the fire. He took third high,
individual, but couldn't quite put Balboa in second place.
Bill Jaffray, who is beginning to make himself unpopular
with the rest of the shooters because Of the way he-has been
hogging the gold medals lately, did It again, firing 471 out of
500 to take first place Individual, and set a new record for this
course. The previous record of 462 was set by Jaffray last year,
the first time the course was- fired here.
M/Sgt. Gil Kemm, also of Albrook-Curundu, took second
place Individual medal with 453, to be followed by 8. Todhunver
Todd of the Balboa team In third place with 447. M/8gt. Bill
Merriman's 441 was good enough to put another Albrook-Curun-
du man In fourth place, and John McClude of the Marine Bar-
racks first team was fifth.
Detailed scores follow: i
ALBROOK-CURUNDU
160 yd. 160 yd. 106 yd. 206 yd. 266 yd. Total
Slow Stand Rapid Slow Rapid
All Service Hoop
League Managers
To Meet Tomorrow
There will be a meeting of
managers of 8ervlce Basketball
Teams at the Armed Services
Y.M.C.A. tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.
The purpose of the meeting is
to find out if there is sufficient
Interest among the teams to con-
duct an All Service Basketball
League. Th> league would be di-
vided into two sections. "A"
Major Unit and "B" 8mall Units.
All Service Teams interested
are urged to attend this meet-
ing.
Sit Sit Prone Prone
Bill Jaffray. . 97-4X 91-2* 96-3X 96-Sx 91-lx 471-13X
92-2X 88-2X 95-4* 93-4x 85-2x 453-14x
Bill Merriman. . 84 88-2x 92-2X 90 87-lx 441-5X
85-lX 71 86 94-2x 85 421-Sx
Team Total 1786-3&X
MARINE BARRACKS No. 1
John McClure. . 89-2x 87 88 93-lx 84-lX 439-4X
Andv Pompura,. . 89-3X 87 83 85 89-lx 433-4X
John Counselman. 83 86-lx 61 84-lX 82 426-2X
83 88-2x 90 85-lx 77 423-3X
Team Total 1721-13X
BALBOA No. 1
Sturdy Todd. . 84 90 95-lX 93-lx 85 447-2X
87 86 88-lX 91-2x 84 436-3X
Clayton Breckon. . 84 82-lx 95-3X 87 76-lx 424-5X
Archie Turner. . 88 89 88-lX 84-Sx 69 418-4X
Team Total 1715-14X
MARINE BARRACKS No. 2
Ervin Schrunk . 75 88 84 89-lx 82 419-lx
Jos. Zembroskl. . 70 81 95-3x 88-lx 7 401-4X
B1U Donaleskl, . 82-2x 87 74 86 71 400-2X
Jimmy Weeks. . 78 63 87-lx ....................... 80 62 ............ 370-lx
Team Total 1590-6X
BALBOA Ne. 1
86-lx 77 71 91-2x 0-lX 38o-4x
Ted Albrltton. . 47 81-lx 95-2x 86-2x 71 380-5X
Lyman Jackson. . 62-lx- 75 72 81 56 346-lx
Lt. Underwood. . 71 86-lx 76-lX ------ . 3S3-2X
Team Total 1344-12X
INDIVIDUALS
160 yd. 166 yd. 100 yd. 260 yd 24)6 yd Total
Slow Stand Rapid Slow Rapid
Sit Sit Prone' Prone
Fred Wells. .. .87 80 77 86 65 394
Cliff Brewster. .71 53 73 66-lx 263-lX
Earl Mitchell. . 81 83-lx 90 254-lx 239-2X
E. Thamalls. . 82-lx 79 78
W. R. Brlggs. .79 60 84 223
58 64 78 200 J
Virgil Worsham. .66 74 48 188 #
Juan Franco
Mutuel Dividends
/
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Nearly everyone, at some time or ochar,
overindulges m drmk or food. But there's
no need to suffer unneteeaenly ar "sweat it
out." Keep Eno handy for pleasant, speedy
relief. At all druggists.
ENO
FIRST RACE
1-Marsellesa $15.40. $8.60, $33.60
2Tully 8aba $4.40. $6.80.
3^Fulminante $10.80.
SECOND RACE
1Jota Jota $4. $280, $2.20.
2Callejera $2.20, $2.20.
3Con Dinero $2.20.
First Doubles: (Marselleaa-
Jota Jota) 870.86.
THIRD RACE
1Mr. Espinosa $8.80, $4.40, $4-
2Casablanca $3 20, $2.60.
3Volador $4.40.
One-Two: (Mr. Espinesa-Casa-
blanca) $19.60.
FOURTH RACE
1Golden Patricia $3.60, $2.60
$2.60.
2Pesadilla $3.60, $2.60.
3Tap Dancer $2.80.
Quiniela: (Golden Patricia -
Pesadilla) $7.24.
FIFTH RACE
1Elona $12.40, $3.40.
2-Batan $2.40.
SIXTH RACE
1Montlellto $4.60. $2.60, $2.20.
2Mimo $3.40, $2.20.
3Microbio $2.60.
SEVENTH RACE
1Full $7.20, $2.20.
2Newmmster $2.20.
Second Doubles: (Montielito-
Full) $33.86.
EIGHTH RACE
1Betn $12.80. $7.40. $440.
2Asombro $4.80. $4 80.
3Galante II $12.
Quiniela: (Betn Asombre)
643.86.
NINTH RACE
1Phoebus Apollo $5.60, $2.80.
$2.20.
2Dictador $2.60, $2.20.
3Rathlin Light $3.20.
One-Two: (Phoebus Apollo-
Dictador) $1$,40.
TENTH RACE
1-Dalida P. $2.60, $2.20.
2La Suerte $6.
ELEVENTH RACE
-Cacique $6.28,
MAKINB BARRACKS RIFLEMEN TAKE ^
SECOND IN BERMUDA MILITARY SHOOT
The Marine Barracks rifle team from the West Bank travel-
led to Bermuda last week to see if the competition was any
tougher than they get around these parts. (It wasn't) in an open
military match over a tough course of fire at 200. 300, 500 and
600 yards, and including bobbing targets and running 100 yards
before firing a course of rapid fire, the local boys took second
place. Thev were beaten only bv another Marine team from
Cuba, aa they defeated all the British entrants.
In another match which was somewhat similar to the above,
and using the British Enfleld, which, of course, they are not ac-
customed to. they still acquitted themselves very well, as they
finished In fourth place. Official scores on these matches will be
published later.
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MONDAY. JUNE 11. 1951
TH1 PANAMA AMEKIOAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
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RECEPTION FOB MISS MARIAN ANDERSON
AT U.8. EMBASSY THIS AFTEBNOON
The Chau d'Affaire ad Interim afina Halted State, of
America and Mrs. Murray M. Wise, with the ceajeratlon !
the Public Affair. Officer and Mr. Jk i- "SESJ. will
after a reception at 4 a.m. today at the Emaany "f"1"*
\\."reata in honor of the famous American contralto. Miss
Marina Andersen, who la .topping In Panama during a con-
cert tour of Latin America.
Miss Newland's Attendants
Honor Her With Shower
Mr. Margaret Brlscoe Berner
and Miss Beatlna Alexander, who
will be. respectively, matron of
honor and bridesmaid for Miss
Mary Ncwland at her wedding on
Wednesday, were hostesses at a
miscellaneous shower in Miss
Newland's honor given yesterday
afternoon at Miss Alexander
home. ,
Guests for the occasion includ-
ed the bride's mother, Mrs. W.
K. Newland and the Newlands'
houae guests, Mrs. William
Franklin Clary of Memphis,
Tenn mother of Miss Newlands
fiance and Mrs. Albert Ooodenow
of Miami. Fla. Also present were
Mrs. Lewis B. Moore, Mrs. A. C.
Darlington Mrs. E. N. Stokes.
Mrs. Frank H. Irwin, Mrs. Stan-
ley Yost, Miss Natalie Goodspeed,
Mrs. 1. F. Mcllhenny, Mrs 3.
Wendell Greene. Mrs. John De-
nys Mayles, Mrs. W. L. Simp-
son. Mrs. Amy Vincent Sartain,
Miss Kathleen Capwell, Miss
Joanne Corliss. Miss Elaine Lom-
bard, Miss Rio Rita Simmons.
Miss Molly Francey, and Miss
Jean Capwell.
Francis A. Molther
Return, from College
Francis A, Molther. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank R. Molther of
Ancon. returned to the Isthmus
today aboard theS.S. Ancon af-
ter finishing his second year at
Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y.
He will spend the summer
months here with his parents.
High School Student. ,
Breakfast at El Panama
Yesterday morning 46 Balboa
High School students attended a
corporate communion breakfast
at the Balboa Room of the Hotel
El Panama given by the National
Catholic Community Service. Al-
so In attendance were Rev. Fr.
John A. Doyle. CM., Rev. Fr.
John Kennedy, CM., Rev. Fr.
Thomas Byrnes. CM., and Rev.
Fr. Robert Oalchus, CM.
Ancon from New York, hating
lust completed her Junior year at
DePauw University in Oreencaa-
tle Ind. She was accompanied by
Miss Ellen Watklns of Cleveland
Heights. Ohio, a classmate of
hers at DePauw who will be the
Reeces' house guest.
Visiting Q.A.O. Officials
Entertained at Dinner
Visiting officials of the United
States Deneral Accounting Of-
fice were entertained at a dinner
Friday evening at the Hotel El
Panama by members of the Gen-
eral Accounting Office's Audit
Office temporarily assigned to
the Panama Canal in connection
with the current reorganization.
Covers were laid for 44.
Guests of honor were William
A. Newman. Jr., assistant direc-
tor of the corporation audits di-
vision; Reeae Harrlll. assistant
chief of the accounting systems
division: Milton Wertz, office of
the comptroller general; and
Henry Barclay, office of the Gen-
eral Counsel. Included among
the guests were visiting members
of the firm of Arthur Andersen,
consulting accountants of Chica-
go, Illinois.
Birth Announcement.
Mr. and Mrs. David McCul-
lough Bon of Washington. D.C,
announce the birth of a daugh-
ter, Susan Kearby. on May 19.
Mr. Bon, the former Frances
Kearby. Is a niece of the late A.
Lyle Prather of Balboa Heights.
Mr. and Mrs. Bon, who were
married here, will be remembered
by many friends on the Isthmus.
Their address is 1509 44th St.
N. W., Washington 7. D. C.
Sgt. and Mrs. Jacque Leitzke
announce the birth o a on.
Keith Allan, at Fort Clayton Hos-
pital June 15. Sgt. Leitzke. who
resides at Pedro Miguel is the Ed-
itor of the Air Force newspaper,
The Caribbean Breeze.
completed her freshman year at
the University of West Virginia at
Morgantown, Is spending the
iummer as a camp counselor In
New York state.
R. R. Morris Ceramics
New on Exhibition
The public Is cordially invited
to attend the exhibit of ceramics
by Robert K. Morris sponsored
by the USO-JWB center in coop-
eration with the Canal Zone Art
League. The exhibition will be
open dally from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
until June 24.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith
Host* at Party
The Second Secretary of the
United States Embassy and Mrs.
Rufua Z. Smith entertained a
group of friends at a cocktail
party given Friday evening at
their residence in Bella Vista.
Gamboa Woman's Auxiliary
Will Meet Tomorrow
The Woman's Auxiliary of the
Gamboa Union Church will meet
tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. at the
Gamboa Crvlc Center. The guest
speaker will be Rev. Norman
Pratt. Wesleyan Methodist mlnT
lster in Panama City and Colon,
whd was formerly a missionary
in China.
D.AJt. Holds Luncheon
and Election of Officers
The annual Flag Day luncheon
and election of officers of the Pa-
nama Canal Chapter, Daughters
of the American Revolution, took
place on Saturday at the Hotel
Tlvoll. i
Mrs. M. B. Huff was re-elected
regent of the organization. Other
officer for the coming year will
be: Mrs. Rudolph W. Rubelli,
first vice-regent; Mrs. William
N. Taylor, Jr., second vice-regent;
Mrs. Jens Nllsen. recording secre-
tary; Mrs. Daniel A. Pagenta.
corresponding secretary: Mrs.
George Eugene, treasurer; Mrs.
John W. Muller. registrar; and
Mrs. Daniel H. Mallon, historian.
Present at the luncheon were:
Mrs. W. H. Allan. Mrs. B. An-
drews. Mrs. B.T. Baker.Mrs. W.
H. Cowan. Mrs. A. Daniel. Mrs.
Eugene. Mrs. L. B. Freeman.
Mrs. C P. Hoffman. Mrs. Huff.
Mrs. R. W. Hynson, Mrs. Robert
Lesslack, Mrs. Mallon, Mrs. Mul-
ler, Mrs. L. Nash. Mrs. Nllsen,
Mrs. D. A. Pagenta. Mrs. L. A.
Stetson. Mrs. R. F. Schnell,
Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. W. A. Yandle
and Mrs. A. F. Yoder.
Royna Reece Arrive
with Guest Today I
Miss Royna Reece. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Reece of
Balboa, arrived today on the S.8.
Rebekah Lodge to
Meet Tomorrow
The Isthmian Canal Rebekah
Lodge No. 1. will meet tomorrow
evening at the American Legion
Hall In Balboa.
Mrs. Witkin end Children
to Leave for West Virginia
Mrs. Nathan Witkin of Balboa,
her son Samuel and laughter
Judith Ann, will leave by plane
tomorrow for the United 8tates.
They will spend a two-month va-
cation in Lewlsburg, West Virgi-
nia, visiting with Mrs.' Witkin s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Schuchat.
Miss Naomi Witkin, who has
SCHOLL'S SERVICES
Panam No. 58 Justo Arosemena Ave.
Foot Treatment, Corn, Callouses, Ingrown Toe Nails,
Arch Support. REDUCING Treatments, Massages,
Slenderising Machines, Turkish Baths. Male and female
operators. For information call: 3-2217 Panam.
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SStarcevles Entertain
at Buffet Supper
The United State Vice-Consul
and Mrs. Anthony E. Starcevlc
entertained twelve guests at a
buffet supper given at their re-
sidence in Bella Vista Saturday
evening.
Chicago Cops Nab
Murderer-Rapist
On Scene of Crime
CHICAGO. June. 18 (UP)-
Charle King, 42. beat a young
man to death with a brick, raped
the youth's waitress companion
and was captured bv police
within six minutes today.
Two hours later he reenacted
the crime.
Helen Orlffln, 30. said she and
Gilbert Bacon. 25. whom she
identified as a friend, were sit-
ting on her front porch chatting
shortly before dawn. She said
he met Ijacon, married and the
ather of a four-year-old child,
as she came home from her Job
as a waitress.
King, a Negro, sneaked ud on
then, she said, slugged Bacon on
the head with a brick and drag-
ged her down the street.
Miss Griffin screamed and *
neighbor, John Moore, looked
out hi* window and saw the
struggle.
Moore, though fearing Klnc
was armed, followed him and he
dragged the girl across nearbv
Madison Street and into a front
Hallway.
Moore hailed the first car he
saw. It happened to be a police
squad car.
King, meanwhile, had beaten
the girl almost unconscious and
dragged her down Into a base-
ment areaway. The officers seiz-
ed him as he raped her. They
found Bacon's body on the
porch.
The officers said King was
sober and when they took him
to the police station he -curled
up in his cell bunk and went
soundly to sleep."
ISTHMIAN DATA
GREEKS ON THE LAMBLambs roasting on spits while charcoal smoke rises from barbecue
pits add atmosphere and aroma to the religious festival of Greek soldiers fighting with the U. S.
First Cavalry Division in Korea. (U. S. Army photo from NEA-Acme.)
Head Mobilizer Warns Against
Cuts In Wage-Price Controls
By VINCENT BURKE .
WASHINGTON, June 18 (UP)
Defense Moblllzer Charle E.
Wilson said yesterday he is con-
fident that Congress iwll extend
the Defense Production Act be-
fore the present wage-price con-.
trol program expires June 30. i
He warned that It would be a
"very grave and serious thing" If'
controls were allowed to ex-'
pire. He also appealed to the
lawmakers to grant the two-year
extension requested by President
Truman. i
Appearing on the National
Broadcasting Company televi-
sion show. Meet The Press, Wll- |
son also: ....
I) Disclosed that he Is look-
ing into the posslbllltv of pro-
ducing a synthetic wool because
of "the exorbitant prices'" being
charged bv Australian wool pro-
ducers. Wilson said it will be a
couple of weeks" before he has
the facts to determine whether
a synthetic wool program will
be feasible.
2) Said the government is
shooting for a 15 per cent
Increase in all production
over the next two year. At
the end of that time, he
said, this country will have
the capacity to produce 50.-
000 planes a year and 18.000
jet engines a month.
3) Disclosed that steps will
be taken In the next few week
BIRTHS
BEVILLE. Mr. and Mr. K. of
Curundu. a son, June 7 at Gorgas
Hospital.
DAVISSON, Mr. and Mrs. L. E.
of Rousseau, a daughter, June 7,
at Gorgas Hospital.
PARRIS. Mr. and Mrs. James
T. of Silver City, a son, June 11 at
Colon Hospital.
MILES. Mr, and Mrs. Ivan A. of
Gatun, a son, June 11 at Colon
Hospital.
GRIFFITH. Mr. and Mr. Al-
fred of Colon, a son, June 12 at
Colon Hospital.
/WILMOT. Mr. and Mrs. Derrick
O. of Colon, a on, June 12 at Co-
lon Hospital.
AVILA, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. of
Pueblo Nuevo, a on, June 14 at
Gorgas Hospital.
LEITZKE, Sgt. and Mrs. Jac-
que of Pedro Miguel, a son, June
15 at Clayton Hospital.
DEATHS
SUAREZ, Vivian, 69, Of Colon
June 12 at Colon Hospital.
SANTAMARA. Serafina, 75. ol
Puerto Pllon, June 12 at Colon
Hospital.
CHAN. Emily. 49. of Colon, June
12 at Colon Hospital. _
to make certain that the Alr
Force expansion program is "on
time." Among other things, an
aircraft production board wlll|
be set up similar to the one In
World War II.
4) At the end df two years.
It will be possible to "substan-
tially eliminate" controls. He
agreed that by then it will be
possible to produce all the "guns
and butter" the country might
need.
5) The United States has the
Industrial capacity to "give a
good account of ourselves If
Russia should start World War
II now. Bv the end of this year,
production of steel, aluminum
and some other Important mat-
erials should be doubled.
Wilson emphasized that he
"has enough confidence in Con-
gress" to believe that it recog-
nizes the "need" for Immediate
extension of the controls pro-
gram.
But some Administration sup-
porters say privately there Is
danger Mr. Truman may get a
weaker price control law than
he now ha. They said cattle-
men, angered by the Govern-
ment's beef price rollback, may
organize a coalition with big
business strong enough to knock
loopholes In the controls law.
They said the cattlemen
may not command enough
vote In Congress to veto
the rollbacks and for that
reason may ally themselves
with central business and
other group seeking special
exemptions.
"That sort of thing has hap-
pened before." one Democrat
said. "It would be a log-rolling
propositionsYou vote for my
amendment and I'll vote for
yours.'"
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LEWIS SERVICE
No 4 TItoU Ave.
Phase I-UH.
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No. 57 "H" StreetPanam
Ns. 12.174 Central Ave Cotes.
rOR SALE
Automobile
. Fft SALI: 1949 Nsih "(00"
reen 2 door icdan. all new tiras
ani 4Mt coven. A food tleon car.
Only $397 down and drive it away.
COLPAN MOTORS INC., your
FORD, MERCURY daalar, an au-
tomobile law. j
"rJ$b SALE:Oldsmobile Rocket 88.
door sadon, lote 1949, Hydro-,
"jnotic. 4 new tires, radio, seot cov- j
...ers, undercoated. heavy bumper,
?joras and other occessories. Coll I
olbott, Curundu. 83-61 17.
OR SAL:1946 Lincoln 4 door M-
" , tires. push-button window!. A
" wondarful buy. Only $397 dawn
,' .payment. COLPAN MOTORS INC..
your F0r!D, MERCURY dealer, an
automobile row.
FCR SALEs1950 Super Buick Con-
vertible, good condition, Dynafiow
ond mony extras. Call 6-323 any
time.
FOK SALE:1946 Custom Da Soto,
4 door tadan, green, 4 foes tiraa,
pli-tic saat cover, radio. This cor
It a steal. Only $298 down pay-
ment. COLPAN MOTORS INC.,
your FORD, MERCURY dealer, en
automobile row.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:Refriaerotor, Westing-
house, 9 cu. ft. less than 2 Yrs.
old. More than 30? off original
price. Tel. 4-523.
FOR SALE: Solid mahogany drop
leaf with four choirs, $40.00.
Misc. household furnitures. Sim-
mons crib, $20.00. Complete Gem
cutting and polishing equipment,
$250.00. Prettolite tank, new $15.
00. House 77-A 3 1-2 St. New
Cristobal.
MISCELLANEOUS
Da yeu have a drinking piablaniF
Writ Alcohlica Anonymeue
a 2011 Am*, C V
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FCR SALE1950 Chevrolet 4 door
, Styleiine sedan, 8,000 miles. Will
finance. Balboa 2-2952.
FOR SALE:1946 Buick Roadmastei,
4 door sadon, dark gray, 4 good
tin, seat covers. Mus be sean to
appreciate. Only $297 down pay-
ment. COLPAN MOTORS INC..
your FOkD, MERCURY dealer, en
automobile row.
FOR SALE:9 ft. porcelain refriger-
ator, new unit ironing board. 1466
C. Holden, Bolboa, phone 2-6396.
FOR SALE:One upholstered couch
with two matching chairs, two 9
x 12 grass rugs, two solid oak
occasional tables, drapes and va-
lance boards, one rocker, all for
$165.00. Con be seen at quarters
305-A. Albrook Field, offer 4 p.
m. Phone 86-6246.
FOR SALE:General Electric Rodio,
7 bands, 2 mahogany end tables. 1
mahogany center toble. Mahogany
5 piece bedroom set, single bed.
Pedro Miguel 185-C. Telephone
576;____________
FOR SALE-Simmons Studio Couch,
latest style, con be cortvertea"
into double bed. Simmons double
bed with spring. RCA Q-34, 7
r ":es. Floor lamps and osh tray
^. bronze. Everything new. No.
23 oportment 7, 50th Street, cor-
ner of Venezuela.
FOR SALE:High gloss oil points
ond enamels. Miluew-prool, $3.25
gallon fropidura Stores.
RESORTS
Phillips. Beach cottages, Santo Clara.
Box 435. Bolboa. Phone Ponoma
3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
Gramlich's Santa Cloro beoch-
cottoges. Electric ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.
Williams Sonta Clora Seach Cottages
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion Rockgas ranges Phone Bol-
boa 2-3050. Except weekends
Bids will be received in the office of
the General Manager, Commi-sOry
Division, Mt. Hope, C. Z., until 3 :C0
p. m., Friday, July 6, 1951, when
they will be opened in public, for
furnishing 650,000 pounds, or ol-
ternoively 325,000 pounds of Fine
Granulated Sugor, Forms of pro-'
posal, with full particulars, may 1
be obtained in the office of the FOR "RENT:
Supply b Service Director, Bal-
boa Heights, or of the General
Manager, Commissary Division,
Mt. Hope" C. Z. ,
FOR RENT
A part merit".'
ALHAM RA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
merit. Contact office No. 8061. 10th
St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386. Co-
lon.
FOR SALE:AKC Female Boxer Pup.
86-3142.
Modern 2 bedroom
oportment, ground floor. Niconor
de Oborrio Avenue No. I. San An-
tonio apartments, ask for keys,
new house apartment, upper floor.
Rent $'03 00. or call Zubieta 3-
1716.
COMMERCIAL fir
PROFESSIONAL
At Times a Length of
ROPE or CHAIN
Can be mifbty handy to
nave around the house
and in yonr car.
We h?T," 1***' Awortment
of Kinds and Sises.
GE0. F. NOVEY. Inc.
* Central Aye. Tel. 3-0140
FOR SALE: Girl's bike 26", like
new, $30.00. Tel. Gamboa 128.
Mr. & Mrs Canal Zone:
Por CUSHION SI.IP- (mus ._*
?.,i.u.hHOL8T,!",A'c li -. o? ;!
our X/Rbie7& sSuK.sr
TIOJJAL UPHOI^rrasT utfSJl*J
New Telephone 1-442)1
FOR SALE:Bell ond Howell. 70
DA movie camera, 16 mm with 3
Taylor- Hobson, cook lenses and
cose, $275.00. Phone office 82-
2180 or home 82-2293.
Helo Wanted
FOR SALE: 1942 Dodge 2 Door
Sedan, leather upholstery, new
tires, excellent condition. House
1513 Apt. D. Akee St. or call
2-2768. _________
FOR SALE: 194? Chevrolet Club
Coipe. radio, heater undercooling.
C-;l 82-3214, between 8-4.
FOR SALE:1946 Olssssohile "76" ;
2 doer dm, 2 rene bise, 4 good :
tires, hydrematie. seat covers. A!
cleon cer. Only $298 down pay- I
men. COLPAN MOTORS INC..
ycur FORD, MERCURY dealer, eii 1
ytomoblla row. ^______ '
FOR SALE: '47 Chevrolet 4-door j
secon. Upholstery and motor ex-
ce lent, tires good. Coll Balboa ,
i:;e.
WANTED:Experienced cook. Cam-
po Alegre, corner of 51st and Ri-
cardo Arias Streets, oportment 3.
FOR SALE
Real Estate '
A REAL BARGAIN Lefevre Park.
9th. Street, chalet. 2 bedrooms.
2 bathrooms, livingroom and dir>-
ingroom, mold's room and swim-
rnlsg pool, for only B, 10,000.00.
Attractive focilities for payment.
Wolff & Co., 5th. Street, 22, Tel.
2-2388.
..ouce To Contractors
UNITED STATES
DEPARTMU, l OF illfc INTERIOR
OFFICE OF TKRiTOKIES
WASHINGTON. D.C.
' law rA,r \niA c.j v/Q fm.r Sealed proposals will be received by
fOn SALE: 1934 Ford V8. four lh(. DJmri*J ^gm
i > i,u,L, -.*,,,eei tor the Virgin Is-
door sedan. Good tires, new bot- lands. Department of the Interior, Foil
""f y House 2"l85-A, Curundu. Cl Office Box^No. 47, St: Thomas^ V.J..
"?
-HI* SALE'46 Chrysler New Yothor,
4 door sedan, tan, good tires, radio.
Tas can't buy a better used cer
J**"* for this price. Only $396 down
":- poyment. COLPAN MOTORS INC., ed. Si
""''...your FORD, MERCURY dealar, on1
*"* automobile row.
FOR SALE:1939 Chevrolet 2 Door.
'"-fSoorl condition. $180. Bolboa
':- 312. 1420-A, Carr St.________
...rM SALE:1940 Hudson 4 doer
. sadon. block, tires fair. gaod
4.; "transportation. $150 caah and drive
... it awsy. COLPAN MOTORS INC..
v.. pour FORD. MERCURY dealar, on
4 automobile row.
TROPICAL MOTORS good service
belter prices.
until 2:00 P.M.. Atlantic Standard Tim
on July 24, 1951, for the construction of
ihe following hospital!:
Project No. 53-115 Construction of a
4-oed Public Health Facility at St. John.
V.I.
Project No. 53-501121 Construction of
12-oed General Hospital at Frederilut-
. Si. Croix. V.l.
Project No. 53-50111) Construction of
a 60-bcd General Hospital at Chrlatlan-
sted. St. Croix. V.l.
Project No. 53-101 Construction of' a
116-bed General Hospital at Charlotte
Amalie, St. 1 liornas. V.I.
At the above time and place the pro-
posal! will be publicly opened and read
aloud. Bids received after closing time
of bid opening will be returned unpoen-
ed..
The right Is reserved, as the Interest
of the Government may require, to re-
ject any and all bids to waive any In-
formality in bids received: and to ac-
cept or reject any or all items of any
bid. unless the bidder qualifies such bid
by specific limitation. In the event all
bids are rejected, the Government may
aherefore adopt any of the authorized
': procedures such as rendvertlsemenfc ne-
"~**\n r*ic r-u....ni. toil A Hnnf i foliation with rejected bidders and
FOR SALEChevrolet 1947, 4 Loor | s^^ or tporienwnt o( lhf proJect.
I -sedon. good condition, owner leov- -
.7*Ttig, less than 33.000 miles. Call
^tCapt. Douglas, Albrook 3213.
'-.

WANTED
Automobile*
m
The Government also reserves the right
to award contract for the various Items
on the basis of the basic bid or by the
adoption of any or all the "Deductible
Alternates." whichever is in the best in-
terest of the United States.
Plana and specifications and other pro-
posed contract documents are open for
public Inspection at the Office of the
District Engineer for the Virgin Islands.
Thomas G. Mooney. Charlotte Amalie.
St. Thomas. U.S Virgin Hand; M. A.
NTED: ___ Used 8 cylinder '42 ( Dyer Company, 24 School Street. Bos-
ngine in good condition
:00 a. m. 3:30 p. m
----j -^,4.*;rtn I ton, Mossachuselts; Lester M. Marx. Spe
. ockard. engine in good condition. | ra| j,,,,,,,,, t0 lh. Director. Room 2713
*^ Between
WANTED
Miscellaneous
. In'erlon, Building. Washington 2S. D.C:
! U.S. Department of Commerce No 2.
Puerto Rlcan Reconstruction Adminis-
tration Ground. Building N. San Juan.
Puerto Rico: AGC Office. 1113 Conares-.
Building. Miami 32. Florida: Builders'
Exchange. <8 NE 6th Street. Miami. Flo-
rida: and P W. Dodge Corporation. 119
WANTED 10 RENT. Responsible West 40th Street. New York City. N.Y
i r i .j i . IA set of such documents may be nro-
U. S. couple desires modern house mrrl Uttm anv of th, , ,nr thovr._
. in residential section such as Golf listed offices upon denoslt of $50 00 by
Heights with large grounds. Will rtlfled check payable tp the United
.-_ u~. o.. ? icsa e States of America, all of which will be
s,gn leose. Panama 3-168*, 5 to rtlmnt to bonafide bidders upon the
8 p
Foreign gentleman wishes Spanish
lessons. Apply after 6 p. m. apart-
ment 6 No 19. 46th Street. Bello
Visto.
REFRIGERATORS
FOR 75 cts.
In spite o the present short-
ages and the rislne prices we
are still offerlne
ADMIRAL
refrigerators (or as low as
75 cts. a DAY*
And you take home vour box
right away!
It will not hurt vou to drop In
and Inquire.
MUEBLERA
1 CASA SPARTON
Central 22?
next to Encanto Theatre
'Also arailahle In Club Plan
return of pl^->s and specifications in rood
condition within seven days of date of
bid noenln.
Eahc proposal must be accompanied by
a bid security in an amount not lesa
thsn 5 per cent of the total bid.
Subject to available appropriation.
j awards will be made on one. any. or all
buildings, with or without the deductible
alternates specified in the contract do-
cuments.
The successful bidders will be requir-
ed to furnish performance bonds in an
amount eoual to lno per cent of their
bids and payment bonHs In an amount
equal to lfto per cent of their bids: such
bonds to cover full performance of the
contracts and payments for labor and
j materials.
No proposal may be withdrawn after
I the schedule-t closing time for receipt of
! bids for at lent davs.
.ESTER M. MKRX
Gontriici'i" Officer
Office 'of Territories.
The Panama Canal offers for 'sale
under sealed bids to be opened
10:30 A. M., June 28, 1951.
Lawn Mower ports located at Sec-
tion E. Balboa Storehouse, tele- 1
phone 2-2730. lid forms may be
FOR RENT:Modern and spacious,
apartment. Neor Notional Univer-
sity in. Barrio Obrero. Reasonable
price. Tel. 3-3491.
FCR RENT: Apartment with bed-
, room, livingroom, diningroom,
kitchen, bath and porch. No. 28
Peru Avenue. Telephone Cia Al- I
foro, S. A. from 8.00 o. m. to 5
P-_m.___________________ I
FOR RENT:Furnished cool apart-
ments with private porch ond te-
lephone, hot water, and complete
Hotel service from $75.00 up.
HOTEL ROOSEVELT.
obtained from the above source or FQR RENT:Furnished one bedroom
from the office of the Superin-
tendent of Storehouses, Balboa,
telephone 2-2777.
FOR SALE:Kraft paper 18" water-
proof $5.00 roll. Propogando, S.
A. No. 2, 16 East Street.
CATERING: All kinds of porties,
cocktail items, sweets, cakes, spe-
cialties European Style. Pollok,
Tel. 3-2913.
oportment. 47 Street, 60 ond 70
dollars. Tel. 3-1648.
FCR RENT:Cool modern comfort-
ably furnished two bedroom apart-
ment. Maid.'s quarters, garage, ex-
perienced maid, June 20th to Aug.
30. Very reasonable rent to se-
sponsible person, Bella Vista. Phdne
3-0833.
FOR SALE: Genuine Muskrat Fur
Coot, size 12 to 14, matching hot
$100.00. 243-B, Sibert, Gotun.
FOR SALE:Five tires ond tubes,
standard for all latest model, very
good condition, will sell everything
for $75.00. House 2141-A, Sixth
Street, Curundu.
FOR SALE;120 boss piono-occor-
dion, very good cond t.on, No. 5lt
Mariano Arosemeno St.
notice To Contractors
UNITED STATES
DEPARTMENT Or' Trta. INTERIOR
OFr'ICK OF TEKKiTORlfci.
WASHlWGTOIs. D.C.
Sealed proposals will be received by
the DlsUict tngineer for the Virgin Is-
lands. Department of the Interior. Post
Office Box No. 47, St. Thomas. Virgin
Islands, until 2:00 P.M. Atlantic Standard
fime on July 27. 1M. for the construc-
tion of the following work at St. John.
Virgin Islands, comprising approximately
the following quantities in the major
ilems:
Project No. 53-104 Potable Water Faci-
lities St. John. Virgin Islands
2.700 Sq. Yds. 3" Concrete Catchment
Pavement.
SOU Lin. Ft. Masonry Catchment Wall
and Fence.
1 Ea. 100.000 Gallon Concrete Reservoir.
1 Ea. 20,000 Gallon Masonry Reservoir.
00 Lin. Ft. C. I. Pipe (2" to l"l.
At above time and place the proposals
will be publicly opened and read aloud.
Bids received after closing time of bid
dpenlng will be returned unopened.
The right is reserved, as the interest
of the Government may require, to re-
ject any and all bids: to waive any In-
formally In bid received; and to ac-
cept or reject any or all items of any bid,
unless the bidder qualifies such bid by
specific, limitation. In the event all bids
are rejected, the Government may there-
fore ad6pt any of the authorised proce-
dures such as readvertlsement. negotia-
tion with rejected bidden and others, or
postponement of the project. The Govern-
ment also reserves the right to award
contracts for the Cruz Bay water facility
or the Bordeaux water facility or .for
both water facilities whichever is In the
best interests of the United States.
Plans and specifications and other pro-
posed contract documents are open for
Eublic Inspection at the Office of the
strict Engineer for the Virgin Islands.
Thomas G. Mooney, Charlotte Amalle. St.
Thomas, Virgin Islands; R. L. Kenan and
Associates. Consulting Engineers, Bell
Building. Montgomery. Alabama; U. S.
Department of Commerce No. 2. Puerto
Rlcan Reconstruction Administration
Ground. Building N, San Juan. Puerto
Rico: Lester M. Marx. Speclar Assistant
to the Director, Room 2713, Interior
Building. Washington 25. D.C: AGC Of-
fice. 1113 Congress Building. Miami 32.
rioiida. Builders' Exchange., 44 North-
east 4th Street. Miami. Florida; and F.
W. Dodge Corporation. 119 W. 40th
Street. New York City. N.Y.
A set of luch documents may be pro-
cured from the first two of the above-
listed office upon deposit of $30 00 by
certified check payable to the United
States of America, all of which will be
refunded to bonafled bidders upon the re-
turn of plans and specifications In good
condition, within seven days from date
of bid opening.
To parties who procure plan and spe-
cification upon payment of $20 00 and
who do not submit a bid. $15 00 will be
refunded provided assie are returned
within seven days from date af bid open-
ing. Ns refund will be made for return
after this time.
Each proposal moat be accompanied bv
a bid security In an amount of not less
thin 5 per cent of the total bid.
Te successful bidder will be reoulr-
ed to furnish a performance bond In an
amount equal to 100 per cent of the con-
tract price, and a payment bond In an
amount equal to 100 per cent of the con-
tract price, such bonds to cover full per-
formance of the contract and payment
for labor and materials.
No proposal may be withdrawn after
the scheduled closing time for receipt
-f bids for at lenst ft) dyi.
1 rSTFR M. MARX
C'>ntract'e Of'lce-
Office of Territories.
FCR RENT:Quiet, well ventilated 2
bedroom apartment, each W;t'-i
bath. living-diningroom, servara
quarters, hot water installation,
good location. Bella Vista 44th
St. No. 32. Apply Tel. 3-0815.
FCR RENT: Furnished apartment
2011 Melendei Ave. Apply Bqlin
7 6029, Balboa Ave. Colon. Phone
475-J or 517-J, a ofter 6:30 p.
m.
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
immediate
Deli>ery.
Tel. 3-1713
#22 E 29th 8t
LEICA CAMERAS
Model lllf Synchronized
LENSES ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW 0.8. PRICES
Direct C.Z Shipments
At Factor Prleei.
Porras
Plata ft dc Mayo
Panam, R. P.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:Rooms. House No. 2,
23 East St. Information the same
house.
FOR RENT:Furnished room. Amer-
ican home, near Ancon. !Ijs Stop,
to American woman. References
required, Tel. Ponoma 2-3067.
Historical Novels
Listed By Periods
In Canal Library
Mimeographed lists of historic-
al hovels which may be borrow-
ed from The Panama Canal Li-
brary are now available free of
charge to Interested Library pa-
trons.
All the books.on the lists may
be borrowed from the main li-
brary or any of the branches or
deposit libraries. The blblioera-
ohles were comDiled bv Mrs.
Lucy M. Kelly of the Cristobal
Brench,Llbrarv staff.
There are fo"r binllosn-aphle.s
In the PToup. Tr>e fir*, enve-^
indent hl'torv from 2900 B. C.
to th sixth cent'Tv A. D The
seconrt covers medWal and mo-
dern Eurone trnm thp sixth cen-
turv to the 20th centurv.
The third lnclur*es hitirlt
"ovpK nboi't Cnnoda and Lp*'n
Amert^n. cn-ntrle and the
fOUr-th !. a IS-Oarr* blhlOTanh"
o' hltor1"01 nove's copcerned
vith th pi<-"rv o* the TTnUed
states from t" rolonial period
to the 20th century.
Th Kmz of all
^wo-h Ii;-ti?res comes
From Plizzardly
Cold Canada
The King ot oil cough medicines
Buckley's CANADIOL Mixture -
nos been used for veors in Over 70%
f Canada's homes Fost working
triple octmg Buckley's Conodiol Mix-
ture quickly loosens and raises phlegm
lodged in the tubes clears air pas-
sages soothes rasped row tissues.
one or two sips and worst coughing
sposm ceoses You get results fost.
Vou feel the effect of Buckley's ins-
ontly.
Compounded from rare Canadian
Pine Balsam ond other soothing heal-
ng Ingredients Buckley's CANADIOL
Mixture is different from -onything
/ou ever tried do get o bottle ol this
reot Canodion cough medicine to
-lay at anv good drug store.
C4
jus' rived Ughtmeter
SSieifiS
. Polaroid Land Camera
Con tax
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY INC.
(adjoining International Hotel)
or Camera store
(Lobby Hotel ''El Panama")
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
20 Tlvoll Ave. Apt I
Office: Tel. 2-3387 Home: 3-4744
HOURS: Monday thru e'rtday
4 to 12 a.m
Monday, Wednesday, rhurida
4 to 8 p.m.
Salnrdar (am le I p at.
Keep Kool
LOU'S BEAUTY SHOP
/'.'/ Panama
Air Conditioned
Novice Yachtsman
Reaches Honolulu
From San Francisco
HONOLULU. June 18 (UP)
An adventure seeking salesman,
v..o never handled a sailboat
until he left Sam Francisco 35
days ago. ended a 2500-mile solo
trip to Honolulu in a 30-foot
ketch last night.
John P. Rlley, 34. San Fran-
cisco, has had enough for
awhile. He plans to take a com-
mecrlal plane for San Francisco
today leaving the "tittle Bit"
here with friends.
He ran into trouble at jour-
ney's end as he tried to sail the
"Little Bit" Into Honolulu har-
bor. I
The batteries for starting the
engine, which hadn't been used
since Rilev put out from San
Francisco May 12. were dead. As
dusk fell, someone spotted his
distress signals from shore and
telephoned the Coast Guard.
A cutter towed the "Little Bit"
through heaw seas into the
safety of the harbor.
Rilev told a story of gales,
squalls and calms In the horse
latitudes, of canned brown
bread and sea sickness before
he s'fjhted the island of Hawaii
five days ago.
Britain May Resume
Iran's Oil Payment
Bui 'On Condition'
LONDON, June 18 (UP)Brit-
ain, in a last minute compromise
in the oil feud with Iran, Is re-
portedly considering a resump-
tion of the blocked advance oil
royalty payments to Iran, but on-
ly on condition that negotiations
for a settlement of the nationali-
zaion dispute continue.
The move Is regarded as a new
step on the part of the British
Government to prepare Iran for
rejection of Its ultimatum to the
Anglo-Iranian oil company, de-
manding 75 per cent of the com-
pany's net income since March,
and at the same time to hold out
the olive branch of compromise,
including a financial offer to ease
Iran's budgetary crisis.
British forces In the Middle
East have been "alerted for em-
ergency moves'.' if necessary to
protect the 4,000-odd Britons liv-
ing in crisis-ridden Iran.
British land, sea and air com-
manders in the Middle East have
agreed that the Royal Navy and
some 3,000 crack paratroops al-
ready standing by In the Middle
East should take the lead In any
emergency.
Rejection of the ultimatum
might touch off bloody rioting in
the oilfields.
There already has been numer-
ous riots in the Iranian oil area.
The U. S. consul In the south
Iranian city of Isfahan was re-
portedly injured by a knife-
wielding Iranian fanatic.
Government quarters in Lon-
don pointed out that the official
Iranian radio has been pouring
put a steady stream of anti-Brit-
ish propaganda, despite British
protests. They feared that resi-
dents of the oilfield area might
become so inflamed that the Ira-
nian government would lose con-
trol of the situation.
.. T n" y emphasized, however,
that Britain has no intention, of
trying to conquer Iran. In case
of an emergency, British forces
would seek only the "beachhead"
needed to evacuate British work-
ers, including key engineers and
executives, and their families
with all possible speed.
DE GAULLE'S
PARTY GETS
(Continued from Page I))
BRANIFF INTERNATIONAL AIRWAYS joined the National
Cotton Council in sponsoring the "Maid of Cotton," lovely Jean-
nine Holland, who was welcomed by three members of Panama
Lions Club on her Saturday arrival at Tocumen Airport. Yes-
terday the Lions sponsored a cotton fashion snow at Hotel El
Panam featuring Miss Holland and local feminine models. Left
to right, above, are Lions Federico Marlschai Boyd, Rodolfo Ba-
rraza and Eduardo Sosa. Today the "Maid" is visiting local digni-
taries. She will take ofl via Branlff tomorrow for the second
stop on the first Latin American tour arranged for a "Maid"
chosen annually In the United States by the National Cotton
Council.
Memorial Service
For Accident Victim
Al Albrook Tomorrow
Memorial services will be held
at Albrook Chapel at 1:30 p.m.
tomorrow for Corporal Jack W.
Simpson, 25, of Snyder, Texas,
and apprentice aircraft mech-
anic who died Friday after his
"follow me" Jeep collided with an
Air Force B-17.
Ex-Convict Boyce
To Be Arraigned
fn Balboa Tomorrow
Harold O. Boyce, Panamanian
ex-convict who was apprehends
ed Saturday morning for a shoot
lng and hold-up was still In the)
custody of the Panam police to-
day awaiting official request front
the District Attorney's office.
Boyce will be turned over to th
Canal Zone police authorities for
Corporal Simpson's name had arraignment tomorrow. ,
been withheld from publication
here pending notification of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John A.
Simpson, also of Snyder, Texas.
The dead man was single.
A board of officers Is still In-
vestigating the accident af Al-
brook Air Force Base, which oc-
curred as the B-17 was taxiing
down the runway preparatory to
a take-off.
Corporal Snyder was rushed to
Ft. Clayton Hospital after the
collision but died shortly after
arrival.
He came to Albrook on Oct. 4,
&e Hsas? -1' as ssrs ssu
Air Force Base, in Texas. He had
been in the Air Force since Aug-
ust 1949.
Western Europe's defenses.
Many towns reported turnouts
as high as 90 per cent of the eli-
gible electorate when the polls
closed after 10 hours of voting in Tomorrow a 16-man Honor
generally fine weather. Fllght wlu take part in the me-
The nation got a surprise five morial service for which hymns
minutes after the polls closed will be played by the 776th /-ir
when it was announced that Force Band. The service will be
Marshal Henri Philippe Petaln, conducted by Protestant Cha-
hero of Verdun and traitor of plain Frank E. Wilie.
Vichy, would be moved from his Corporal Simpson's body will
prison fortress to a hospital If his be sent home with an official
health permitted. The news was! escort a'vurd the MSTS ship
withheld until evening so it, General Mann on Its fOrthcom- f
would not sway the outcome of | ing sailing for the States,
the election.
Air Force L-13
Brines Injured
KA.an From Chitre
The election campaign, though
crucial, had been apathetic and
there was surprise at the huge
turnout of voters.
Police throughout the country
reported complete calm despite
last minute Communist charges.
that the De Gaullists planned to Aa L-13 liaison tyoe aircraft
"seize" polling stations thl3-rrom Albrook Air Force Base,
norning. piloted by Capt W. L. Schaefer
Communism was the top Issue. |wlth Capt. Hugh Randel. Albrook B rPmPter*
..? 2La? campaigned fight surgeon.yesterday a er-;will $C^h*gg %$*
Jurisdiction of the case was de-
finitely established and agreed
upon by both the Canal Zone and
Panam police as having occur-
red In the Zone. Boyce was picked
up by the Panam Secret Police
Saturday morning shortly alter
a report was turned In to Balboa
that an airman, Sgt. Roy Valde-
mar Olsen, of Albrook, was shod
In the hip while walking along
Tivoll Avenue.
It was learned that Boyce had
been In the employ of the Amer-
ican Embassy at the time that ha
was sentenced to three years lop
writing a "fictitious check." He
was released from'the Gamboa
penitentiary May 30.
Shortly alter tne Olsen shoot-
ing, a resident of Diablo Heigntsi
Richard Keith Erbe, filed a com-r
plaint to the Ancon police thai
ne was held up lor *2 while walk-
ing along Tivoll Avenue.
Olsen who was rushed to Ban-
to Toms Hospital, and lates
transferred to Clayton was re-
ported In "good" condition.
Bullock Services
Listed Wednesday
Funeral services of Asa C. BuU
lock, Electrical Division employ*
who died suddenly last week, wJl
be held at two p.m. Wednesday.
The services, which will \
conducted by the Rev. Milton n.
Cookson, will be held at the
Church of Our Saviour'in New
Cristobal.
throughout on a double program I noon of a Panamanian Injured
of "peace' 'and "Hate America."
Good Wife Worth
$560 Soys British
Divorce Judge -
BIRMINGHAM, England,
June 18 (UP) British hus-
bands learned today that a
first cla rife' Is worth 200
pounds ($560).
A Divorce Court judge ruled
that blonde, shorthand typist
Mrs. Margaret Lillian Powell,
29, was an "affectionate, at-
tractive and competent wife,
a good housekeeper, and if ne-
cessary, a competent wage
erner."
The judge put the 200-pound
nrlce on her qualities in award-
ing damage* to her husband,
Harold, against Ronald Clee-
ton, a painter, in rrantine a/
decree on grounds of adultery.
tn an automobile accident at
Chitre.
The L-13 departed Albrook at
1:01 p. m. yesterday, landed at
Chitre and returned vrith'the
Mr. Bullock was a leadingmaa
wiremen In Cristobal ahd had
lived on the Isthmus for 27 years.
He was 59 years old at the time
of his death. A Navy veteran, he
had come to the Oanal Zone fot
injured Panamanian, Lavigaldo tnfe /lrst tlme ,n 1920 ^ of thref>
Barahona. at 5:04 p. m. brothers to be employed here. A
The patient was transferred son Asa Bullock Jr s als0 em.
from Albrook to the. Santo To- ployed by the Electrical Division,
mas hospital.
Rotarians Install
Andreve New Pres.
Gamboa Pcrty
For Harry Lewis
Mext Saturday
Installation ceremonies for the
new president of the Panam Ro-: Plans are being made for a
tary Club, Guillermo iBllli An- rtirenont Dartv to be given In
dreve was held Saturday night honor of Harry J. Lewis, Gamboa
in the Balboa Room of the Hotel Pi-|i- "' "
Police "Chief.'
This party will be held at the
Gamboa Golf and Country Club
may get tickets from Casey
El Panam. Outgoing president.
Myron W. Fisher welcomed his
successor at the dinner dance for
which Hufh Howard and his So- on Saturday, June 23.
citv Orchestra played. All those desiring to attend
Tables for Rotarians and Ro- Hall, Bill Bartholomew or George
tarv Anns were laid for 175. Gregory.
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Labor [New*
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Comment
By Victor Itiesel
BROADWAY BEACON
L. S* y think Shakespeare's Old-Hat? Some of the dials in
Corielanus" (heard yla Studio One) makes yea wine* with Its
timeliness. As frinstance, when Corlotanus says: "Peace asakes
men hate one another"... When Dissy Dean gets excited darlnc his
Baseball telecast you can expect anything. The ether matinee he
referred to Scooter Riziuto as "Bisscooto"... With seven consecu-
tire hit recording! and three offers te appear in the Magic Lan-
terns, pattl Page is the hottest femme canary to cerne along since
Dlnab. Patti plays te SRO at aU theater da tes... The Copa
Lhewsdeh midnight had as big a show at the ringside as Martin
* Lewis on stagefront t center. Gabby Hayes and his Lady were
there from the Westerns', Edgar Bergen, June Allyson and Dick
Powell, the Bauer Sisters (the golf wisards), and Capt. Charles
Blair, who flow over the North Pole the other afternoon, carrying
J.eee pstcards (the first over the Pale) for the Runyon Fund.
What do you bid?
Main Stem bijous are celebrating Pecan Week; There are
three current films dealing with Insanity. Happy straljacket!...
Those whodunit-wrong radio dramas would be more entertain-
ing it they all didn't sound like feeble echoes of old Bog art
cinemas...The boom is on at the Riviera, with Tony Martn
putting the velvet in ballads. ..This reporter turned In a 10-hour
stint on the Berlethon. We were on teevy almost as long as though
our regular Sunday Nlghter had been telecast a full season (45
weeks), which would total 11% hours...The gag sweeping The
Stem is the one about the difference between Frustration and
Panic. (I llllllke it, I liiiilke it!) Will swap It for $1 to fight
cancer.
Clap hands! One of the few anti-Red films to do whir bis is:
"I was a Communist for the FBI." It is among May's top 1*
grossers... Holly wood Is like this: A movie mag reports Stanwyck
and Taylor have discovered how much they love each othersince
they were divorced.. Although vaude acquired new glands'two
yeaha ago, It is slowly fading away again. Numerous hinterland
theatres are dropping stage shows.....Add bafflers: The Boxy ad-
vertised a "sneak" preview!
Tread of the tintes: The play, "Goodbye, My Fancy." had an
antiwar theme. The film version concerns academic freedom...
Show biz is big biz: Admlsh taxes alone average $28,000.000 month-
ly... It's never a cinch. Shirley ("A Tree Grows in Broklyn")
Booth hit stardom after trouping for a quarter century...The
British movie, "Oliver Twist" (damned by many as inciting bigo-
try i. was released in the hinterlands recently and is turning out to
be a financial dud. No tears, please, .
Talk about talent abuse: Former Broadway tars are doing
1-minuto teevy singing conunershllls.. ."My Life's Desire'7 Is strict-
ly for male cadenia- jugglers. Its lyrics sound sllleh when thrush -
ed by femme larks...Have an eyebrow-lifter: The Critics' Circle
prize-winner, "Dtvkness at Noon," is not among Variety's list of
the season's clicks. Robert, Merrill's platter of "The Girls Wo
Never Did Wed" give his resonant tones a nice workout...Gene
Baylos' guesting on teevy Indicates he ratos- his own show. His
fool-de-rol inspires belt-buckl guffaws.....West Coast radio
clowns-aro still making the mistake of aiming quips at locals.
Leave the rest of us hicks wondering What-the-Hcll.
Those endearments swapped on teevy Interview sessions* are-
my Idea of dullevision.. .How Movievilre wastes talent: Gladys
George (who was a Broadway twinkler not so long ago) is now
doing bit roles...The stage offers more thorns than-orchllds tor
erformers: The majority of footlight. thespiana average less than
1000 per year...A movie advert offers a quotable line: "o one
holds a candle to Joan Crawfordwhen Joan is carrying the
torch." That's a rewrite o an old R'way Confucius crack...The
season's biggest non-musical disasters' were revvala: "The Green
Pastures" dropped. 200Gs, and "Romeo; and Juliet'.' ws a 33QO
casualty. The former drew unanimous raves, and the latter
fizzled despite a Hollywoodite'a star power..*.Thkt front cover
featuring eyetractive Vivian Blaine puts more life in Life.
Flash strikes are sweeping the
country. Bakers ovens are cold
and bread it being rationed in
one city. Iron diggers have shut
their pits. For a moment, the
fetid fumes of processed rub-
ber aren't swirling through the
homes near Akron's giant plants.
/.id one labor leader, even as
this was written, was telephon-
ing a union of electric power
workers urging them to shut off
the Juice from New York's in-
trioate underground transit sys-
tem. These are but i1(f of the
350 strikes of the past wartime
month.
Meanwhile, a directive has
come from the Soviet Co-
minform headquarters to
Tail, itt "news" agency here,
commanding it to flash word
of these lath strikes to its
headquarters in Moscow and
Bucharest. Instructions have
been given to its propagan-
, dtsts here to prepare copy,
making it appear.that our
nation is seething with labor
revolt. Abroad it will sound
good. Anr orders have gone
out to undercover cell opera-
tives to attempt to spread
the strike fever.
So this is notice to all those
on the bricks today and it Is
our people's right to strike and
picket for what they want, where
they want to beware of the
left wing provocateurs urging
them into violent and prolonged
action. I repeat, there is no
doubt of these left wing direc-
tives.. Word of these undercover
ukases comes from the most un-
impeachable sources In strategic
positions to Intercept them.
Furthermore, swift check of
the most serious of these stop-
pages reveals that, if left unmo-
lested by men who literally are
undercover agents of the Soviets,
the strikes will end }n a. few
days when the Washington war
wage board grants, blanket pay
hikes of 15 per cent tO'several
million workers involved In.some
5,000 cases- now being consider-
ed. That Is, the new wage cell-
ing will be nailed, for the mo-
ment, at 15 per cent above the
working man's pay received last
year.
This, then, is the moment for
a study in contrasts. What hap-
pens behind the Iron Curtain,
in the land? lor which the un-
dercover Party operates In this
nation, when similar flash
strikes break?' Just this week,
from our own anti-Communist
labor underground leaders in
Europe have come bitter descrip-
tions of what occurs. Hese they
Polish miners have been strik-
ing the hiavyloded, rich. Soviet-
"And to Think That We Invented Gunpowder"
Brig Generals
By BOB RUARK
^khy WASHINGTON
MERRY-GO- ROUND
y MIW PIARSON
NEW YORK. I am In posesslon of some
rather sinister information which might be of
interest to the Congress of the United States,
and certainly to the public.
A recent Army TWX, or wire, to Ha field-
grade officers, has redirected attention to the
court-martial manual that forbids any member
of the armed forces to criticize publicly the ac-
tions- and/or policies, of the President, his Cab-
inet, and even his. governors under pain of
court-martial with an imprisonment up td 15
years.
Muscle-flexing' mayhem (in Western films) that U. S. young-
sters relish is taboo in Europe. Censors there consider the fist
flinging too brutal. ..The scripter responsible for Ronald Col-
man's radio drama series knows how to make a typewriter warble.
The werdage has slp...C. Colbert declared: "Hollywood actresses
arc scared of television because they're, afraid of bow they'll look
on it." Righto! Teevy cameras (and those fierce lamps!) are as
merciless as X-ray...The film, "Fabiola," is defying the critics.
Despite so-so notices, it is attracting coin.. .This offer an estim-
ate of the theatre's decline: The past season had M premieres.
During the 1920s Broadway used to average 2*0 openers... Elsa
Maxwell rebuked gossip colyuraista recently. P. S.: Miss Blimp is
now doing gossipy pieces for movie mags.
rms it rou oum rm apus own column
the Mail box
This Is a fair effort at political thought con-
trol, since It occurred after the ruckus between
Harry Truman and Gen. MacArthur, and Is cer-
tainly a rather pointed commentary on the
lengths that- the polticos wlH go to keep them-
lzed Hies* a^'^mbrowTcodlisel'CT free of public knowledge of error.
f'enh,.Srv.C,eg^rU'the antl-Com- There is almost an abnormal sensitivity to
.,uf international ConfedS- criticism in the President's make-up, a. his vio-
m.?"lst ?tSS!M .h- HnSSa lent letters on trivial matters have attested in
The Mail Bos an open tar Mm to. rasters at The Panama Amanean
Let tan era received S'artfully antf ore hand lad m a wheny can e'en rial
manner.
II ran ceatribvra o letter on I ka impatitnt it it deem i appear rae
aait ay. Lertcri are published m the order receive*.
Pleas* try to ktte tat letters limitad te one pope length.
' Identity et letter writers u held in strictest confidence
Thh newspaper etiumet 4 respensmility lot statements r opinions
xsitncd in letters from readers. *-
THROTTLEBOTTOM FOR GOVERNOR
Ancn, Canal Zone
Dear Editor:
After reading the article about Selee addressing a group of
our young ladles, I feel that someone should tell them to look at
things as they really are. So kindly print the following facts as
the average US. citizen of the Canal Zone would see them and
not as a certain silly person would like to have people believe.
Just how gullible does he think they can be; thank goodness that
these girls will still be able to do their own deciding on what
they think in so far as the rights of a US. citizen resident of
the Canal Zone is concerned. We've taken enough and this is too
big to swallow. Come on all you Americans speak your piece.
You've been taken advantage of too long by this present admin-
istration on the hill but show them that we still don't have to
believe what they preach.
If these girls of the girls state were not brought up in this
forced clique rule of the Canal Zone, they just couldn't take In
all this without wondering about things such as how come that
we never hold elections to elect our own governor Just as a pre-
sident is elected? What about district council men or state gov-
ernors who could be trusted to get people their rights to exercise mvd police came. They beat the
.'reedoms as It may be necessary to a community or a territory? six German labor leaders. Thev
We don't care too much about voting for men or conditions
. -' n the United States If we'll spend most of our lifetime
down hero. Besides that our little number would hardly affect
.dmj of a vital Issue even If we did go to all the trouble
ot u- ng an absentee ballot. Then, too, that's more trouble In red
ape than was mentioned.
After you have voted, you can Just Imagine how much your
vote would decide In the rent of your ply-board house, prices of
that all mighty competitionless commissary, monopolizing strictly
commercial minded clubhouses, and the Inefficiency of the white
clothed puppets on the hill. What about a newspaper to prove
freedom of the press or at least one radio station for free speech?
Do the girls know what the U.S. Mall means In the United States?
Our local postal department should be put to shame. These new
TAX COLLECTORS should be tar and feathered for taking money
from US. citizens only and letting the good neighbors grab all
tbey can tax free; all this Is at the expense of all Americans.
Also the exact wbrdtog of a search warrant In a place like
this, where all gumshoes'can enter your home at any time, shoufb
be completely eliminated from a speech by anyone of the Canal
Zone administration. I didn't realize it but I'll now have to throw
th's typewriter into the Canal just so I won't get caught for
informing some of our younger generation that a heavy wool Is
Su. antiy being pulled over their eyes. Oh yes, and I was just
tliii ring, wouldn't it be nice if I were allowed to sign my own
name Instead of using a f;ctltlous one? Yep Colonel, you still
can't make the horse drink.
American-wise Betsy
atlon of Free Trade Unions
supported by the AFL and CIO)
saw these walkouts begin in the
Saturn pit In the. Dombrowa
Basin, In protest against extend-
ing the eight-hour work day.
John Lewis, now cooperating
with left wingers, ought to know
what happened
Miners like the men he
leads here were shot and
beaten by MVD (secret po-
lice) agents rushed in from
areas as far distant as War-
saw (290 miles away). Soon
Russian storm stroovs ar-
rived an*, were posted at all
mine entrances. There were
vitchei battles. The -strikers
lost. But the unwounded
continued their sitdown
strikes alter being forced
into the pits.
What did the Russians do
then? They brought women into
the pits, starting with the Wal-
brxveh mine In Silesia, and sent
strike leaders off to Siberia.
And then there are the Ro-
manian electrical workers who
protested the long hours and
meaner pay. which leaves them
so little monev for food they are
exhausted. They comnlalned.
And the next time you near
r,ro Soviet United M"
Workers (UE) union official tell
vou to, hate American capital-
ism, tell him that the" fovleti'ed
electrical workers of the Tlm-
mtrl No. 1 Plant In Bucharest
the Electro Preclzle plant In
Brssoc. and the construction site
of the hydroelectric power Plant
golne up In Blcaz. are dead. Ac-
cused of sabotage, you know.
And let's not forget the cour-
ageous workers of the ZeUwolle
in Wlttenbeig. They were told
they'd no longer get overtime
pay for Saturday nleht work. So
thev got up a oetitlon, saylne
Dlease pay." The uniformed
other good hands would be getting their mail
in Leavehworth or Portsmouth.
It is easy to wreak Indirect vengeance on a
man In uniform by busting his rate or transfer-
ring him somewhere unpleasant or blocking a
promotion. This has been done in the past
when a man fired off his face for what he be-
lieved. But the prison sentence threat was not
a thing he had to worry about.
Some healthy things have come from rebellion
In the rank*. We would have had very little
In the way-dl practical Navy today if Cromme-
lln and the admirals had not openly bucked the
defense policies of Harry Truman as adminis-
tered by Louis Johnson.
We would not have had much in the way of
Marines, either, and the Marines and the Navy
have come In pretty handv in Korea. What we
would have Is a (treat- big fleet of B-So's and not
much else.
The President has not objected'to his major
the past. Mot old politicians are pretty horny- officers speaking freely In behalf of his policies,
hided, but hot Harry T, It.is possible that his
regime has been subjected to so much attack
that he sees enemies under the bed, but I think
that the new throttling of- the armed forces is
carrying that sensitivity a touch too far.
The President is technically the Commander -
ln-Chlei of the forces and has extraordinary
powers In time of war. But nobody has gotten
around to sanctifying this mess in Korea as
anything but a United Nations police action and
you would figure that the extreme censorship
of wartime would not apply.
In past many a good man has gotten Into
trouble for shooting off his mouth In opposition
to some of the weird policies and products of
the Truman government, but I don't think any-
body's gone to jail for It as yet. Otherwise,
MacArthur and Capt. Crommelin and a few
and It seems to me chat anything a military
man can step out of character to speak for, ho
also should be. allowed to speak against with-
out a Jail sentence staring down his neck.
All a gag rule ever accomplishes Is to set up
a svstem of spies and stool pigeons to where
no man can speak his mind freely without fear
of harsh penalty. Censorship starts small and
mushrooms, for there is something In the nature
of man that dotes on control.
You start off getting tough with your civilian
army and wind up getting tough with your civil-
ians and before long people are afraid to
breathe out loud. And It Is so easy for a power-
ful government control to Jam through almost
any legislation under the guise of emergency. I'
Just thought you'd like to know that we got a
fellow on our hands who doesn't like to be tld
he isn't omnipotent. ______
Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALS0P
THE DANGER. IN BRITAIN
rounded up the 150 signers and
told them any stoppage on such
a matter of extra pay for Sa-
turday night work would be
"sabotage." A factory guard of
30 special MVD agents Is In the
pliant. The six- besten leaders
plant. They're dead. Sabotage.
vou know.
Equally dead, for all are
treated equally under Soviet
labor law. are the Czech
steel workers who refused to
obey orders of Trimes Steel
mitt supervisors who told
them to go ripht into the
bin furnaces and clean them
while still so hot that the
men couldn't take mor
than 5 minutes at a time,
"to speed production."
So don't let the Comrades kid
you. They're nothinc but ad-
vance agents of working class
death. .
(Copynnht 19S1 Post-Ball
Syndicate, Inc.)
LONDON. Symbols of the present curious
state and mood of this country are ten-a-penny.
There Is the Festival of Britain, with Its facade
of remarkably pretty but almost ostentatiously
un-English modern design, and Its nostalgic In-
ner emphasis on the British past. There Is the
passive response to the Interminably protracted
Iranian oil crisis the almost visible wish to
ignore this direct threat to the precarious eco-
nomic and strategic foundations of the British
present.
There Is the amazing case of Ouy Burgess
and Donald MacLean, with Its clear hint of the
more and more widespread hankering for an-
other phony "peace In our time." There is the
recent RAF disclosure that the Russian Lavoch-
kin fighter lsx even better than the Mig 15,
which means that the Lavochkln Is superior to
any RAF defensive fighter, and thus goes far to
explain the hankering for "peace at any price."
The list of signs and symptoms could be con-
tinued for many paragraphs. The actual mood
behind these surface signs is at first hard to
understand, both because it Is decidedly com-
plex, and distinctly different from any British
mood of the past.
On the whole, exhaustion would appear to be
the dominant factor. The British people, or
rather their present leaders, are.bone-tired. The
superb elan of the war carried over for a while
into the enormous task of post-war reconstruc-
tion: but the elan is all used up nowadays, in
this exhausted condition, the British find them-
selves confronted with the grim external threat
indicated by the Lavochkln, the Soviet strategic
air force, the Kremlin's atomic bomb.
Being bone-tired, being thus threatened, they
have also, for the time being, half-lost faith in
themselves and their future as a great power.
The splendid verve 'and self-confidence that
Winston Churchill brought to the direction of
the wartime grand alliance are Just not there
any more. The British tendency now is to aay,
"If we were still the leaders of the West, every-
thing would be done differently and much bet-
ter. But since vou Americans now have the
responsibility, we must Just put up with your
bungling.- *
Nothing could be more dangerous than the
combination of this mood In Britain with the
present mood In Washington. In effect, al-
though for different reasons, both the two chief
governments of the West are now paralytic. In
this condition, thev are entering a period when
the Western alliance must make a whole series
of immensely difficult decisions on such issues
as German rearmament, and may also be forced
to meet further sudden and terrible challenges
on the pattern of the Korean aggression. In
these circumstances. It is hard to see how the
crucial eighteen months now ahead can fall to
produce a major catastrophe.
Curiously enough, however, there is more im-
mediate hope of escape here in Britain than
there seems to be at home, for the British can
have an early election while we cannot. The
betting currently is that the next British gen-
eral election will be In October.
Herbert Morrison, whose appointment as For-
eign Secretary has not caused him to forego his
tasks as partv manager, Is reputed to want the
present government to try to hang on inde-
finitely, which It can do In theory. But there
are good reasons to believe that Prime Minister
Attlee la unwilling to continue in power without
assurance of popular support, for both moral
and constitutional reasons. The sentiment Is
characteristic of this curious and admirable
man. And if Attlee wants an election, he will
have it.
The betting also Is that an October election
will bring in the Conservatives by a substantial
majority. Internally, this outcome mav create
some serious problems, especially on the labor
front. But In the sphere of foreign relations,
the present defeatist mood ill also he dlsrveiied.
the method of dealing with Amerlea will be
drastically altered, and the who! rhara^t* r*!
tone of British foreign policy will be quietly re-
volutionized.
It Is curious that another great world crisis
should beeet a need for-another Churchill gov-
ernment, but this yeems to be the situation to-
day.
(Copyright. 1951, New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
Draw Pearson soys: Senators startle Acheion by taking off
rhtir tit; Ex-Speaker Joe Martin once worried bout
a MacArthur boom.
,. WASHINGTON.-SecreUry o sute Acheson's Jaw droo
slightly while testifying before the Senate Armed Services?!
horelgn Affairs committees. It wasn't what was asked him 1
made him look surprised. It was what he saw.
Across the table, Sen. Wayne Morse of Oregon started to! (un-
tie his necktie. Near him Senator Kefauver of Tennessee Eso-
started to untie his. But the two men didn't look as if they-wer
going to square off and hit each other. They looked quit*
pleasant.
In fact, what they did was to exchange neckties.
. J.01* ^i hobb! ot tne Oregon Senator's. He has swopped
neckties with two Senators In the last weekRussell of Oeorgl
and McCarthy of Wisconsineach time getting a five-dollar tit
in return for a one-buck product. -
WASHINGTON PIPELINE
The White House has received a report from Maury Mave-
rick, ex-Mayor of San Antonio, oh the difficulty* San Antonio'
present mayor, Jack White, had in getting a reception committee
General serving under MacArthur In the Pacific, was too busy to
serve...MacArthur went to high school and military academy in
San Antonio, and the mayor wanted a big sendoff.. .The time
to watch for John L. Lewis's rumored coal strike is after the
miners go off on the midsummer vacation. Big John's lieutenant
have been dropping the word that the vacation might be ex-'
tended.. .Senator Bennett, newly elected Republican from'Utah,
v. hose motor company in Salt Lake City was raided by the OPS.
lor violating price controls, is on the Senate committee -which
votes on extending the Price Control Act.. .The U.S. Attorney'/
cflice in Los Angeles-has deteriorated in prestige as a result of
publicity-craving...Walter Winchell gave out as if he were the'
first newsman to Interview MacArthur. but most people don't
know that the first was Robert Gros, the California Jecturer, who
cored the first publicist talk with the general shortly after his
arrival In New York. Gros, one of the champion Interviewers of
the.U.8.A., also chalked up secretary Marshall. Herbert Hoover,
President Truman, John L. Lewis and Shirley Temple on the
same quick trip.
INTERESTING STATEMENT
Probably it isn't fair to dig up what our statesmen said
about certain problems a few years back. However, it's interesting
just the same.
It's especially interesting to note a statement which delight-
ful ex-Speaker Joe Martin, Republican, made about Generals
MacArthur and Elsenhower on Sept. 24, 1947. At that" time, of
course, the Republicans controlled Congress and it looked- as If
nothing could stop them from winning in 1648. So here is what
Joe Martin said just four years ago about the "danger" of a Mac-
Arthur or an Elsenhower boom:
"What -If MacArthur should suddenly step off the boat at
San Francisco?" warned Martin to 1947. "Next he would be rid-
ing down Fifth Avenue. What then? Can't you visualize It? The
idea of MacArthur for President could take the country by storm.
"Let me tell you," continued the little man from Massachu-
setts, "if things get worse In Europe, the people may turn te
a military man like Elsenhower or MacArthur.
"If chaos should develop, the people will look for an Iron
hand," explained the speaker, "then they may turn to Mac-
Arthur."
"But what about the Bonus March?" asked one friend.
"The public has a short memory," shrugged Martin. "That
was 16 years ago."
NOTETills was the same Joe Martin who touched off the
greatest debate in recent history by publishing the Mac-Arthur
letter opposing White House policy. Msrtin had held ihe letter
over 10 days and some people believe it was carefully timed for
Its political reverberations.
CAPITAL NEWS CAPSULES
Screaming LuncheonU.S. Ambassador Henry Grady thought
the Ideal way to settle the bitter British-Iranian argument over
oil would be to Invite the British Ambassador and Iranian Prime
Minister to a luncheon at the American Embassy where they
could talk things over. But Prime Minister Mossadegh and the
British Ambassador ate the fine lunch and wound up screaming
at each other. r
Franco In TroubleThe American Embassy In Spain has
cabled the State Department that Generalissimo Franco's, foes
are planning a spectacular sitdown strike in Madrid. The, Em-
bassy reports Spain Is due for serious trouble, and for the first
time opposition parties are secretly forming a united front In an
effort to oust Franco from power. This Includes monarchists, re-
publicans, democrats and socialists. _. -" -
S9th ParallelU.S. Ambassador Walter Gifford has Informed
the British that the United States favors advancing to the 39th
parallel In Korea. Gifford met with Foreign Minister Herbert
Morrison, told him Oeneral Rldgway believes the United NWMons
forces can set up a rock-ribbed defense line there. But tha 38th
parallel, he said, Is a dangerous place to stop and merely Invites
Chinese Communist counterattacks. Gifford made It emphatically
.clear that the United States has no plans to push all the way
to the Manchurian border, even if the Communist armies- were
suddenly to collapse.
(Copyright. 1951. by The Bell Syndicate. Ine.)
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DA1XT NEWSPAPER
" ----
MONDAY, WE II, 1951
^Aftlantic ^ocieh
Box 195, (alun DtLpkon* ffaluA 378
SHOWER AND TEA COMPLIMENT MISS ZIMMERMAN
Miss Louise Zimmerman, whose marriage next Saturday
to Mr. Harold E. Small, Jr., is of interest to a wide circle of
friends, was honored with a surprise, miscellaneous, gift show-
er, and tea, in the ballroom of the Hotel Washington, yes-
terday afternoon. ...
The hostesses were: Mrs. William A. Van Siclen. Jr., Mrs.
Walter Watts, and Mrs. Thomas Lutre of Gatnn, and Mrs.
Merle Bergeson of Farfan.
The honoree was escorted to a
guest chair decorated In white
and 8llv?r, for the opening of her
glits. The presenU were arrang-
ed on a long table ornamented
with white wedding bella.
Mis. Frank Wolf. Mrs. LeRoi
Leeser, Mrs. Albert Pate and Mrs.
Arthur Livingston presided at the
long tables which were centered
with circular arrangements of
blue-hydrangeas, coffee roses and
carnations.
The guests Included the moth-
er of the bride. Mrs. George Zim-
merman, with Mrs. George Poole.
Sr.. Mrs. Fred Newhard, Mrs. Ca-
leo Clement, Mrs. Leon Egolf
Mrs. Leslie Croft, Mrs. David
Howe, Mrs. Jack Ward, Mrs. R. B.
Ward, Mrs. Frank Dorgan, Mrs.
W. C. Webber, Mrs. Lawrence
Chambers. Mrs, Thomas Gibson,
Mrs. E. W. Millspaugh, Mrs. Da-
vid Marshall, Mrs. W. P. Qulnn,
Mrs. Arthur Lane, Mrs. W. H. Nel-
lis, Mrs. Mable Peterson, Mrs. G.
G. Thomas, Mrs. B. G. Tydeman,
Mrs. Doyle Snyder, Mrs. C. T.
Swearingen. Mrs. Howard Woods,
Mrs. Frank Harris, Mrs. F. C.
Willoughby. Mrs. John McDer-
mott. Mrs. John Hotz, Mrs. Hen-
ry Lotz. Mrs. P. H. Boggs, Mrs.
Arlean Means, Miss Betty Watts,
Mrs. Sally Foote Allen, Mrs. Lee
Nash. Mrs. A. G. Baggott, Mrs.
Walter Zimmerman, Mrs. Semon
Theriot, Mrs. Frank Marczak,
Mrs. J. A. Cunningham. Mrs. Per-
cy Liwrance, Mrs. William Ness-
ler. Mrs. Curtis George. Mrs. Nor-
man McLaren, Mrs. William Bad-
ders. Mrs. Robert Gorman, Mrs.
Howard Munro, Mrs. Lee Karig-
er, Mrs. John Klasovsky, Mrs.
Paul Kunkel, Mrs. Milo Kissam,
Mrs. Chfrles Thomas. Mrs. W. G.
Cotton, Mrs. Thomas Styles, Mrs.
George Rade!, Mrs. Arthur Al-
bright, Mrs. Charles Stewart,
Mrs. Joseph Hannigan, Mrs. Tho-
mas McGinn, Mrs. E. F. Harrison,
Mrs. Ralph Malcolm, Mrs. Henry
Shirk, Mrs. Richard Pennlngton,
Mrs. C. V. Scheidegg, Mrs. Ross
Aldrich, Mrs. Joseph Elliott, Mrs.
Fred Schwartz, Mrs. John Green-
ing, Mrs. James Coman. Mrs. Paul
Furr. Mrs. James Brown, Mrs.
Ernest Stelbrltz, Mrs. George Wil-
llamj. Mrs. Robert DuVaJl, Mrs.
Herman Keepers, Miss Judy Am-
onds, Mrs. John Morrison, Mrs.
J. J. McDade, Jr., Mrs. George
Hud ins, Mrs. Howard Clark. Mrs.
Dorothy Dennis, Mrs. Kenneth
del Valle, Mrs. Olga Nordstrom,
Mrs. Wallace Bain, Mrs. Gladys
Conley, Mrs. W. D. Williams, Mrs.
Jack Randall, Mrs. Florence Rob-
lnette, Mrs. Florence Wlgham.
Mrs. Hammer Cook, Mrs. Louis
Kaufer, Mrs. Ann Miller, Mrs. Jo-
seph Noonan, Miss Jenny Satrl-
ale. Mrs. Frederick Haseloff, Mrs.
Bert Watson and Mrs. Lucille
Flennlken.
Visiting at El Valle
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Graham,
Miss Martha Graham, and their
houseguest. Miss Sarah Syse, of
Minneapolis, Minn., left Satur-
day to spend the week end at El
Valle. They will visit other points
of Interest In the Interior.
Farewell Morning Coffee
Mrs. Carl Cooper, Mrs. George
E. Miller, and Mrs. Lowell Mau
shared honors at a morning cof-
fee given at the residence of Mrs.
George Marsh of Fort Oullck, Fri-
day.
The husbands of the honorees
have recently been promoted to
W.O. (Jg) In rank, and they will
no longer be eligible to partici-
pate as members In the N.C.O.
Wives' Club of Fort Gulick.
The president of the club pres-
ented each of the ladles a linen
table cloth as a token of their ap-
preciation of their work in the
organization and as a farewell
present.
The hostess was assisted by
Mrs. G. E. Smith, Mrs. Owen Tol-
bert, and Mrs.. Joseph Gormley.
Also present were: Mrs. W. D.
Godwin, Mrs. A. J. Crandall, Mrs.
W. W. Bell, Mrs. William Elllngs-
worth, Mrs. J. A. Friese, Mrs. C. F.
Harvey, Mrs. Ernest W. Beck, Mrs.
Arthur Kerr, Mrs. J. Fogle, Mrs.
Russell Mann, Mrs. H. V. Colbert,
Mrs. Kenneth Schenck, Mrs. Rob-
ert Moore, Mrs. David Harshaw,
Mrs. Harry Copare, and one
guest, Mrs. Leon Stetson of Cris-
tobal, who was Introduced by Mrs.
Glenn Hunter.
Bon Voyage Luncheon
For Mrs. Levy
Mrs. Edward Levy of Colon, was
honored with a luncheon at the
Hotel Panam, given by Mrs
Frederick Dear.
Mrs. Levy and her husband are
leaving in the near future for Ca-
lifornia to make their home.
Attending DA.R. Luncheon
And Meeting
Mrs. John Muller, of Margarita,
a member of the DA.R.'s and the
following guests, Mrs. Leon Stet-
son, Mrs. Leo Freeman and Mra.
Lee Nash, crossed the Isthmus,
Saturday, to attend the Flag Day
luncheon meeting of the Daugh-
ters of the American Revolution,
which was held at the Hotel Tiv-
oll.
New Technique May Simplify
Mothballing Of Weapons
By PAUL F. ELLIS
NEW YORK, June 18 (UP)
A new development that may
simplify the "mothballing" of
war equipment when not In use
Is now being tested by the Army.
The development, which uses
a vapor film to neutralize the
effect of moisture and air on
metal surfaces. In time may gave
millions of dollars for the gov-
ernment, and at the same time,
make the protection of weapons
and material much less com-
plicated
Engineers of the Army Or-
nance Research and Develop-
ment division point out that a
chemical used In the new prtf-
eeu is a "volatile corrosion in-
hibitor." It is a powdery sub-
stance which releases a thin
vapor, forming an invisible
protective shield around steel |
or aluminum.
The vapor film prevents rust
nd corrosion. The inhibitor is ,
-applied as a coating on one side
of a packaging paper and pro-1
vides a wrapper for the equip- \
ment to be protected. The army
points out that only simple ope-
rations are required to protect a
weapon. The operation merely
includes placing a clean gun in '
a treated wrapper and then
aenllng the package. Even If a
bole is torn m the wrapper, the
promotion goes on.
However, when the wrapper is
sealed the vapor reaches the
mallest parts of the weapon".
Such is a big advantage because
under current techniques it vir-
tually is impossible to give pro-
tection to all parts of a gun. As
a result. s.:r>i pn-is rn-v brvln
to rust within a short period" of
time.
Under present techniques,
weapons are encased in heavy
grease and when they are taken
from the packages the grease
must be removed.
Not so with the vapor inhi-
bitor. The gun is ready for ac-
tion immediately.
The Army announces that
tests of the chemical have pro-
duce significant results. For
M s- e. 1/ the treated wrapper
shouiti be punctured during
shipment and moisture allowed
to enter the package, it was
found that vapors still protect
the weaponeven in presence of
10 per cent humidity.
Only recently, it was reported,
a large number of rifles pro-
tected by treated wrappers were
shipped to Tokyo, and placed in
storage vaults. After 90 days the
barrels were removed. There'was
no evidence of rust or corrosion
Actually the rifle barrels gave
the same appearance as newlv
processed parts. y
ATTENTION!
ATLANTIC SIDE BOYS AND GIRLSAGES 4 TO 16 YEARS
YOU ARE INVITED TO
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
at the
ATLANTIC BAPTIST CHURCH
Cristbal. Canal Zone.
DateJune 18th through 29th.
Time9:00 til 11:30 am.
No Enrollment cost! Bus Transportation on V.B.S. But '
Free! Just Come! Bible Stories, Singing, Handwork and
Other Good things Too! Lots of Fun!
AjST ROUND UP YOUR FRIENDS AND COME ALONG!
Emblem Club Meeting
The Cristobal Emblem Club No.
52 will hold Its monthly social
meeting Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at
the Elks Home,
Mrs. Jean Munyon, Mrs. Marl-
on Middlebrook, and Mrs. Doris
Leeaer will be hostesses for the
meeting.
The chairman of the rummage
sale, Mrs. Frances'Brassell, re-
quests the members to bring their
contributions to the meeting. The
sale will be held In Silver City on
June 30.
Surprise Party
For Miss Colombia Luque
The members of the Catholic
Youth Center of the Miraculous.
Medal Church gave a surprise
party at the Parish Hall to honor
their president, Miss Colombia
Luque.
The Misses Sara Gonzales,
Shirley Lee, Sonla Magdaleno
and Angela Mazza comprised the
committee in charge of the re-
freshments.
Special guests for the occasion
were the Reverend Fathers Vin-
cent J. Ryan, CM. and Francis B.
Lynch, CM.
The other member's who at-
tended were: Misses Nldla Ardl-
nes, Leila Carles, Adela Grosse,
Irene Fenton, Emlra Fenton,
Pearl Kam, Virginia Kam, Hilda
Fernandez, Carmen Lee, Elena
Wong, Greta Mon and Nelly Tom.
Visiting in Costa Rica
Reverend and Mrs. RJt. Greg-
ory left by plane this morning
for a visit In Costa Rica.
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Miss Jacqueline Scholefleld ar-
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State College at Tallahassee, to
spend the vacation with her par-
ents, who reside in Margarita.
Dinner Guests in Cristobal
Bishop and Mrs. R. Heber
Gooden of Ancon, with their sons,
Reginald and Richard, were the
dinner guests of Reverend and
Mrs. Milton A. Cookson follow-
ing the Sunday confirmation ser-
vice.
Reverend and Mrs. Malnert Pe-
terson were also the Cooksons'
dinner guests.
Informal Breakfast
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nix of Gatun,
had Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Thrift
for an Informal Sunday break-
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IN HOLLYWOOD
By ERSKJNE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
o
HOLLYWOOD(MEA) The
Laugh Parade: Someone asked
Andy Devine If he had ever been
nominated for an Oscar during
his long motion picture career.
"Nope," said Andy, "the closest
I ever got to an Oscar waa loan-
ing money to a couple of people
who won 'em."
__ .......
Susan Cabot, the new UI
charmer, waa learning a sexy
dance for a scene In "Flame of
Araby" when she'told the dance
director she didn't think, she was
moving her feet correctly.
"With a figure like yours," said
Dance Director Hal Belter, "the
only person who'll look at your
feet in this scene will be Arthur
Murray.''
Mark Stevens' youthful ap-
pearance he's only 28 didn't
make Olivia De Havliland too
happy when he was cast as her
husband in "The Snake Pit." Af-
ter several days on the set, dur-
ing which he would see Olivia
sneaking curious looks at him,
she asked:
"Mark, just how. old are you?"
Mark lied and said he was 32.
"You dont look It," said Olivia.
"Oh, well." said Mark, "I get a
lot of rest.''
. *
Philip Dorn played Good Sam-
aritan when ah automobile driv-
en by a woman stalled In front of
him. Philip pushed the car for
two blocks, but the woman failed
to re-start the engine. He finally
stopped, got out of his car and
went up to the lady.
"What were you doing all the
me I was pushing your oar?" he
asked.
"Steering it," said the lady
blandly.
*
Director Lloyd Bacon tell about
another director who has a diffi-
cult tune turning down a pretty
girl who asks him for a role. His
producer showed up on the set
one morning and found the di-
rector about to shoot a scene with
35 beautiful extra girls and no
male.
"Are you crazy?" growled the
producer, "this scene I midnight
and calls for a bunch of roister-
ing college students.'"
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TODAY!
FRANK LOVEJOY
Kathleen Ryan, m
"SOUND OF FURY"
And at 9:00 p.m.
RAUL IRIARTE
and his Argentine Oreh.
TOMORROW!! ~""
JAMES MASON
Ann Todd, in
"THE SEVENTH
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"Well," said the director, "It
could be Vassar college students,
couldn't It?"

A Hollywood stunt man, Johnny
Dahelm, like, to be called "the
biggest stiff In tUe movies." A
sort of a Rajah of Rigor Mortis,
he's popular with director for
falling-dead roles because he can
die on any given spot, hitting his
mark after hitting off a wall, be-
ing thrown over a couch or
smashing through a window.
Other day he dropped dead for
the 112th time for "The Golden
Horde" and wa rewarded with a
big technicolor closeup because
his performance was so real. Lat-
er, Johnny announced:
"I like to die In Technicolor.
Somehow, or other, color gives me
that really stiff look."

Danny Thomas received a let-
ter from a friend In the Far East
who wrote:
"For centuries it has been the
custom of Korean men to ride the
family donkey, while the women,
carrying the household goods,
walked behind. Now, however,
the woman 1 emancipated. She
walks In front now. There may
be land mines."

Two dozen Seminle Indians
reported for work in Gary Coop-
er's "Distant Drums" on location
at St. Augustine, Fla. They were
Immediately directed to make up
and the studio men began smear-
ing them with body makeup.
"What's this for?" asked one
Indian.
"To make you look like In-
dians,'' said the makeup man.
The Indian thought about this
for a while and then a mlnnlng
gleam came Into his eyes. He
leaned forward, tapped the
makeup man on the shoulder and
whispered:
"We are Indians."
a
Brian Aherne Is the only actor
in Hollywood who prides himself
on the bags under hi eyes. He
say:
"They give me character."

Overheard at a Hollywood
drive-In theater :
"Sure, I like a girl to be coy.
honey, but I've only rented
automobile for two hours."
this
Studio publicity director to his
staff:
"The advertising campaign has
drama, suspense and excitement,
and the picture Itself Isn't bad."

Columbia hired a burlesque
queen to teach Barbara Hale a
sexy walk for a scene in the movie,
"Small Wonder." In deference to
the Johnston office censors, the
runway stripper was listed on the
studio call sheet as "Divestment
artiste."
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Showing Tonight
(FOR AN tVrNTNQ OUT GO TO THI MOV1KSI)
BALBOA
lr- Sll 111
Ginger ROGERS Rotul4 RIACAN
'7STORM WARNING"
TtatatI "HAW WHO CHEATED HIMSELF
DIABLO HTS.
:IS 141
Howard DUW
Brian DONVELY
award iturr a Brian DONVE
SHAKEDOWN
Taeataj TAaWMHEP
COCOL/
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John WAYNE a Henry TONDA
"FORT APACHE"
Tittattl- "THE M1NIVE TOT"
A 7 U N
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(Tueaday)
Jeanette MacDONALD NeUon EDDY
"NAUGHTY MARIETTA
MARGARITA
S:U IM
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Rofcart STERLING Joan D1XON
"BUNCO SQUAD"
Taaeaar "DEPORTED"
CRISTOBAL
lr--.MUI>it.d
III 1:11
Oar.r COOPER a Jane GREEK
'YOU'RE IN THE NAVY NOW"
T.eeeaY "SLEEPING CITY"
A SAVAGELY ARRESTING MOVTEI
riaak Lvele? Kathleen Rraa, ia
'THE SOUND OF FURY"
At 5 00 p.m. and. 1:00 p.m.
RAUL IRIARTE * Argentine Oreh.
THEATRE
The greatest European production I
GIbo CERV1
Maaeine GIROTT1
Luba FKRIDA
Eliaa CEGANI
- in -
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PATRICIA NEAL
"THE IRON CROWN"
Directed by Alaaaaodre BUaaeMI
T RAL
A guy woo bad no-
thing; to Mil but...
Suta and lb* waa the
hlgheat bidder, in
'THE
BREAKING
POINT"
TROPICAL
A riot on the roller raceway I
Mickey ROONEY Fat O'BRIEN, In
"THE FIREBALL"
CECILIA THE ATRE
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The comedy that will make you laugh and laugh I
Donald O'Connor Helena Carter, la
"DOUBLE CROSSBONES"
Also: Jack Warner Dirk Bogarde, la
"THE BLUE LAMP"____
ENCANTO THEATRE
Air Conditioned
Spanlah Double Program!
M AMBO I M AMBO I
Perei Prado and Hie Orcheelra
The Dolly Siatera, in
SERENATA en ACAPULCO
Alao: -
Amalla Aguilar. In
"AL SON DEL MAMBO"
TIVOLI THEATRE
8panish Double Program!
Pedro Infante, In
MBL GAVILN
POLLERO"
Antonio Bad, In
"CORAZN DE FIERA"
CAPITOLIO THEATRE
A Graat Double Program I
John Carroll Adela alara.
remando Lamas, in
"THE AVENGERS"
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- In -
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"SIERRA"
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OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
Complete Prfoe-Winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1684, Sunday, June 17, 1951
The whole ticket has 92 pieces divided In two series "A" St "B" of 20 pieces each.
First Prize
Second Prize
"hird Prize
0352
8927
8690
$ 52,000.00
$ 15,600.00
$ 7,800.00
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Prize-winning numbers of yesterday's Lottery drawing were sold: first In Coln; second and third in Panam.
The nine hundred whole tickets ending in t and net included In the above list win fifty-Two Dollars <5*VN) each.
The whole ticket haa 52 pieces which comprise the two series "A" and "B".
Signed by: HOMERO VELASQUEZ, Governor of the Province of Panam.,
MARIO H. CAL. Representative of the Ministry of Treasury.
WfTNFS'sFS Virgilio Mirones OCdula No. 47-22033
"ICM"' Indalecio FrancoCdula No. 1-181
ROGELIO AVILA P..
Notary Public, Panam
PABLO A. PINEL
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PANAMA, R. P., LUNES, JUNIO 18, 1951
CINCO CENTESIMOS
h
Nombrada Junta de
Control de Precios
"El Gobierno no puede or con
indiferencia el clamor del
pueblo"-dice el Presidente
El Presidente de la Repbli-
ca dl hoy a publicidad las si-
guientes declaraciones:
"Tal como lo declar al asu-
mir la direccin del Estado pa-
nameo, mi preocupacin cen-
tral es lograr la rebaja del cos-
to de la vida. Para que mis pa-
labras tuvieran respaldo efec-
tivo, en la maana de hoy cit
al doctor Eduardo A. Chlarl, al
Ing. Juan Alberto Morales y al
economista, don Manuel An-
tonio Castro Vieto, a fin de
constituir una Junta de Control
de Precios que trabaje sobre la
realidad panamea."
"El doctor Chlarl tendr a su
cargo el atesoramiento legal de
la Junta; el Ing. Morales ser
el Jefe de la Junta y el seor
Castro Vleto tendr a su cargo
el asesoramlento econmico de
la misma."
"Son estos tres caballeros per-
sonas de Indiscutible Idoneidad,
de comprobada honradez e In-
negable patriotismo. Yo estoy
seguro de que ellos, contando
con la cooperacin de todos los
sectores bien Intencionados de
la Repblica, podrn llevar a
cabo la obra a ellos encomen-
dada."
"Comenzarn a laborar tan
pronto como se cumplan los re-
quisitos legales, pues es mi pro-
psito que el pueblo reciba
cuanto antes los beneficios de
su labor, ya que el gobierno no
puede or con Indiferencia el
clamor general de las clases ne-
cesitadas."
La multa de $32.000.000 que
se ha impuesto a "La Prensa"
calificada de "nuevo despojo"
El propietario del mencionado diario hace declara-
raciones en rueda de periodistas
Un guardia marina
estadounidense mala
a une y se suicida
LA HABANA, Junio 18 (UP)
Los cuerpos del sargento Robert
J. Shelton, Guardia Marina nor-
teamericano de 23 aos de e-
dad, y Agustn Fernndez, cuba-
no, de 40 aos de edad, y asea-
dor del edificio en donde fun-
ciona la Embajada de los Esta-
dos Unidos, fueron encontrados
muertos en la Seccin de Visas
de la Embajada. Una pistola de
reglamento calibre 45 fue encon-
trada al lado de Shelton.
Los primeros indicios demues-
tran que Shelton mat a Fer-
nndez, suicidndose despus.
Segn se ha podido estable-
ce, los sucesos ocurrieron a eso
de las 6 de la maana, cuando
ambos hombres se encontraban
en servicio. Los cuerpos fueron
encontrados por otros aseadores
del edificio a las 7 de la ma-
ana.
Hasta el momento no se han
podido averiguar las causas de
la tragedia, pero la Polica cree
que entre los dos surgi una dis-
cusin y el Guardia Marina dis-
par contra el aseador. suicidn-
dose despus. ,
MONTEVIDEO, Junio 18,(UP)
El doctor Alberto Galnza Paz
declar en rueda de periodista
que la orden dada por la Adua-
na Argentina a "La Prensa" y
"La Nacin" de que paguen
siultas por un total superior a
m uiMwwrui mm am t su-
uuesto uso ilegal de papel de
diario constituye "un nuevo ac-
to de despojo" contra "La
Prensa*.
El director de se diarlo de
dueos Aires que vive ahora en
Uruguay despus que se diarlo
fu expropiado dijo: "A la con-
fiscacin de "La Prensa" el Go-
bierno Argentino la llam ex-
propiacin. Ahora, a un nutvo
acto de despojo le quiere dar el
nombre de derechos aduaneos.
i* un nuevo vocabulario para
un rgimen de las mayores ai -
bitrarledades y es nu nuevo ac-
to en el drama que le toca vi-
vir al pueblo argentino y especial
mente a la libertad de prenda".
"Desde hace muchsimos aos
existen en Argentina leyes que
eximen de todo gravamen a-
duanero la importacin de pa-
pel destinado a ,1a impresin de
diarios, libros y revista. Esa
franquicia ha sido y sigue sin-
dolo para todos los diarios drl
pas, inclusive los oficialistas
5ue hoy se editan".
"En 1948, bajo el Gobierno ac-
Paaa la ncina 8 columna 8)
Se halla perdido
un avin en el
rea del Caribe
En una misin de rescate lle-
vada a cabo por-el Primer Es-
cuadrn de Rescate de la Fuer-
za Area de Albrook, la cual
comenz a la 1:44 de la tarde
de ayer, y que todava conti-
nua, no se ha podido locali-
zar un avin de carga C-60 de
registro cubano, el cual se ha
perdido mientras volaba desde
La Habana a San Jos, Costa
Rica.
El avin, con el piloto norte-
americano D. Shen'tel de 35
aos y el coplloto mexicano Is-
mael Reyes, de 34 a bordo,, sa-
li de La Habana a las 12:51
del dia sbado, debiendo haber
tardado 5 horas y 15 minutos
en llegar a San Jos. Cuando el
avin dej de informar su po-
sicin y no lleg a San Jos,
el Control Ocenico de La Ha-
bana notific al Primer Escua-
drn de Rescate.
Despus de una bsqueda por
medio de comunicaciones, un
avin SB-17 parti de Albrook
buscando al avin perdido. La
bsqueda se ha llevado a cabo
hasta la frontera de Nicaragua
sin resultados, debindose sus-
pender anoche debido a la os-
curidad.
Esta maana a las 4:50 se
reanud la bsqueda, y hoy se
volar la ruta que debi seguir
el avin perdido. Hasta el mo-
meno no han llegado Informes
de haberse avistado ningn a-
vln.
"En Europa se gastan billones para
detener el Comunisno mientras se
descuida Amrica Latina", Gaskin
"La gente de este hemisferio mira hacia
la Zona como un espejo de las prcticas
de EE. UU. contra sus ideales," agreg
Adelantan estudios
del presupueste en
Gobierno y Justicia
Los estudios sobre el proyecto
de Presupuesto del Ministerio de
Gobierno y Justicia para la ac-
tual vigencia estaban adelan-
tndose esta maana por parte
de una comisin en la que in-
tervinieron el Ministro doctor
Miguel ngel Ordez. su secre-
tario don Armando Moreno O..
y otros altos funcionarlos de ese
Ministerio.
Se inform a la prensa que
el proyecto ser discutido pre-
viamente con el seor Contralor
General de la Repblica, don
Henrique de Obarrlo v luego con
los respectivos proyectos de los
otros Ministerios, se discutir el
proyecto de Presupuesto en un
Consejo de Gabinete especial-
mente dedicado a este asunto.
En relacin con el presupues-
to del Ministerio de Gobierno y
Justicia se nos manifest que se
seguir en general la poltica d
no rebajar sueldos, si stos se
Justifican, pero que se disminui-
rn las partidas globales en des-
arrollo de un plan de economas
para ajustar el Presupuesto co-
rrespondiente al Ministerio de
Gobierno.
El nombramiento del
Embajador de E. U.
en Panam aprobado
WASHINGTON, Junio 18 (UP)
El Comit de Relaciones Ex-
teriores del Senado aprob el
nombramiento de John C. Wi-
ley como Embajador de Esta-
dos Unidos en Panam. El nom-
bramiento todavia requiere la
aprobacin del Senado en ple-
no, pero la recomendacin del
Comit asegura, virtualmente
una accin favorable de par-
te del Senado.
El Comit tambin aprob o!
nombramiento de Wlllard L
Beulac como Embajador en Cu-
ba. Este nombramiento tam-
bin deber ser aprobado "por'
el Senado en pleno.
Estudian ubicacin
de unas secciones
del Seguro Social
El Licenciado don Manuel Solis
Palma, Gerente de la Caja del
Seguro Social manifest a "El Pa-
nam Amrica" que se est reali-
zando un estudio sobre la ubica-
cin de las distintas secciones de
la Caja del Seguro Social, con el
objeto de lograr una mejor co-
ordinacin en los servicios de las
respectivas oficinas.
El mencionado estudio ha sido
Nueva ofensiva preparan
los comunistas en Corea
Asesor Administrativo de la
Presidencia de la Repblica
es Don Digenes de la Rosa
El Lie Digenes de la Roja
: x-Constituyente y vinculado a
ios partidos de izquierda, un
designado, segn se inform en
fuentes oficiales, Asesor Admi-
nistrativo de la Presidencia de
la Repblica.
El Licenciado Digenes de la
Rosa tiene actualmente su De-
parti en la Presidencia de la
Repblica, desde donde ha ve-
rido asesorando a su Excelencia,
il Seor Presidente de la Rep-
blica, desde el inici de la p.c-
encomendado al personal tcnico
de la Caja que trabajar auxilia- ;tnte administracin.
do con un arquitecto.
Lleg Marian Anderson
MARIAN ANDERSON, considerada como la ms destacada
cantante de nuestro tiempo, lleg a Panam a las once de la
maana.. Una delegacin de mujeres, pertenecientes a di-
versas asociaciones cvicas, recibieron a la distinguida visi-
tante en el Aeropuerto de Tocumen, desde donde se trasla-
daron a la Universidad de Panam, para tributarle un home-
naje de simpata. Esta tarde tendr lugar una Conferencia
de Prensa en el Hotel "El Panam" y a las cuatro el Encar-
gado de Negocios de la Embajada de los Estados Unidos,
brindar un cocktail.
Fundadora de "The
Panam American"
muere en EE. UU.
La seora Elsie K. Sergeant,
quien Junto con su primer es-
poso, el finado Chester O. Oli-
ve fue una de las personas que
fundaron el peridico "The Pa-
nama-American" muri anoche
en San Gabriel, California, de
acuerdo con informes recibidos
en el Istmo.
Durante muchos aos la fa-
milia Olive tuvo participacin
prominente en la vida comer-
cial y social del Istmo.
Su hija, seora Eunice Olive
Richard, de Las Cumbres, vol
a California el viernes en la
noche para estar al lado de su
enferma madre.
Adems de la seora Richard,
a la seora 8ergeant le sobre-
vive su hijo, James F. Olive,
quien vivi en el Istmo hasta
que fue transferido a El Salva-
dor el ao pasado como Geren-
te de la Esso standard OH de
aquella Repblica. ^^^
Fu asaltado en la
Zona un civil por
ex-p.resdiario
El viernes en la noche un
soldado norteamericano fu he-
rido de bala y un residente de
la Zona del Canal asaltado en
la Avenida Tvoll por un su-
jeto recin salido de la peni-
tenciaria de Gamboa.
El Sargento Roy Valdemar
Olsen se encuentra en el Hos-
pital de Clayton, y se informa
que su estado no es grave, des-
Eus de habrsele extrado una
ala calibr 38 de su cadera
en el Hospital Santo Toms.
Richard Kelth Erbe, de Dia-
blo Heights, perdi dos dlares
en el asalto pero no sufri he-
ridas.
El ex-recluso es el panameo
Harold O. Boyce, quien fu
puesto en libertad el mismo
viernes en la tarde de la peni-
tenciara de Gamboa y se en-
cuentra detenido en la Polica
Secreta de Panam.
Boyce, quien admiti haber
hecho los disparos, alega que
stos tuvieron lugar en el Par-
Los refuerzos chinos estn
concentrndose a los lados
de las rutas de invasin
TOKIO, Junio IR. (UP).
Los refuerzos chinos se con
centraron a los lados de dos
clsicas rutas de divisin en Co-
rea y atacaron a las patrullas
que se encontraban probando
las amenazantes concentracio-
nes comunistas.
Ha surgido la especulacin
sobre si la tercera fase de la
ofensiva comunista que predijo
el Comandante del Octavo E-
Jrclto, General James Van Fleet
ser lanzada antes de fin de
mes, posiblemente el 25 de Ju-
nio, aniversario de la invasin
comunista.
Las patrullas del 8o. Ejrci-
to que se encuentran avanzan-
do por la tierra de nadie en
los frentes central y occiden-
tal encontraron a miles de sol-
dados comunistas en donde ha-
ce unos dias no haba ni uno
slo.
Los rojos continan dirigin-
dose a las defensas y trinche-
ras que abandonaron sin luchar
hace apenas unas semanas.
Algunos comunistas en el
frente central avanzaron hacia
el Sur a travs de Pyongyang
hacia el Norte del "tringulo de
hierro".
Las patrullas de Infantera au-
lladas fueron recibidas con un
mortfero fuego de artillera,
morteros, bazookas y ametra-
lladoras.
Se cree que las principales
concentraciones rojas estn jus-
tamente al Norte del Paralel
38 al Norte y nor-oeste de Sefli
y en el frente central alrededor
de Kumsong a 29 millas al Noy-
te del Paralelo. Esto coloca a
los rojos en posicin de poder
atacar hacia el Sur ya sea ha-
cia o desde el rio Pukhan.
Los rojos escogieron la ruta
de Sel en la fase inicial de
su ofensiva de primavera en
abril y el sector central para su
segunda fase. Ambas ofensivas
comunistas fueron rechazadas y
170 mil comunistas fueron muer-
tos, heridos o capturados.
Consideran en Washington el
mensaje de Colombia como
respuesta favorable al fallo
Consideran la iniciativa del Ministro Restrepo Ja-
ra millo como "taray deseable"
WASHINGTON, Junio II (UP)
La gestin colombiana para
negociaciones directas con el fin
de solucionar el caso de asilo de
Vctor Ral Haya de la Torre en
la Embajada de Colombia en
Lima, que ya lleva pendiente 29
meses, fue muy bien acogida a-
qui en crculos oficiales.
Aunque procuran evitar hacer
comentarlos oficiales, los porta-
voces del Gobierno hicieron ver
claramente que la propuesta del
Ministro de Relaciones Exterio-
res de Colombia. Gonzalo Res-
trepo Jaramillo. de celebrar u-
na conferencia entre ambas na-
ciones sobre el asunto, la consi-
deran una Iniciativa muy desea-
ble.
El mircoles pasado el Tribu-
nal fall que el asilo otorgado
a Haya de la Torre es Impropio
v que Colombia debe terminarlo.
El Tribunal dijo que ambos Go-
biernos busquen "una solucin
satisfactoria" entre
tlTl.'Llc V
que de Lesseps, mientras que sl apiicando~ al cas "la cortesa
la* victimas dicen que ocurrie- nnrmaa h hnena vecindad".
las vctimas dicen que
ron en la Avenida Tvoll.
La Jurisdiccin del caso ha
sido plenamente establecida, y
tanto las autoridades de la Zo-
na del Canal como de Panam
han coincidido en que ocurri
en la Zona del Canal.
v normas de buena vecindad".
El mensaje de Colombia al Pe-
r se considera aqu como una
respuesta favorable a la reco-
mendacin del Tribunal.
Tipo internacional
de certificados se
usar en S. Pblica
La direccin de Salud Pbli-
ca Informa que a partir del mes
de Julio se usar en todo el pas
un solo tipo de certificado de
defuncin, nacimientos y fetos,
de acuerdo con lo que ha dis-
puesto la Organizacin Mundial
de la Salud.
Todos los procesos que se
hayan de seguir, obedecern a
las pautas establecidas por la
OMS, mxima autoridad en
cuestiones sanitarias interna-
cionales. Los certificados qu#
usar la seccin de Bioestadistl-
ca, seguirn siendo los estable-
cidos por la Organizacin Mun-
dial de la Salud y por tanto
se ruega a todas las autoridades
mdicas, civiles y a todos los
particulares su cooperacin pa-
ra esta tarea de poner los datos
"La gente en la Amrica La-
tina mira hacia la Zona del
Canal como un espejo de las
prcticas americanas en contra
de sus ideales. Ese espejo en
el presente, revela a ellos una
imagen social y econmica que
es repugnante, para decir lo
menos, "declar Edward A. Gas-
kin, presidente del local 900 del
Comit Organizador de Emplea-
dos Cvicos y del Gobierno
CIO, cuando declar ante el
Comit de Gastos del Senado
de los EE. UU. y recomend la
aprobacin de los proyectos de
ley H.R.3408 y H.R.3697 desig-
nados para crear una comisin
que estudie la administracin
de los establecimientos extran-
jeros del Gobierno estadouni-
dense, reportar sus observacio-
nes y hacer recomendaciones al
Congreso.
El seor Gaskin est en los
Estados Unidos becado por el
Gobierno, en un intercambio de
estudiantes. Estudia las condi-
ciones obreras bajo los auspi-
cios del Departamento de Esta-
do, el cual espera que l y otros
como l regresen a sus hogares
fortificados en sus creencias en
la democracia y con ms des-
precio por el comunismo.
Gaskin dijo que "No sola-
mente los ciudadanos de varios
pases distantes y pases ame-
ricanos cercanos son objetos de
la discriminacin y segregacin
cuando son contratados para
(Pu a la rg. , col. 7)
Truman ratifica la
adhesin de Estados
Unidos a la 0EA
WASHINGTON, Junio II (UV)
- El Presidente Truman flrai
los documentos ratificando la
acihesln de Estados Unidas a
la Organizacin Permanente de
Fstados Americanos
Estados Unidos ha sido la 12t.
nacin que ratifica la Carta je
Bogot. Por lo menos otras do*
uaclones ms debern firmar
antes que sta sea efectiva.
El Presidente Truman dijo:
"En ste actual periodo de
tensin mundial la unin de las
Pepublicas Americanas adquit-e
mayor importancia, La fuerza
moral, material y militar del He
misferlo Occidental tiene sus
raices en sta unin por la cau-
sa de la libertad.
"Los destinos de nuestras S:
naciones se encuentran estre-
chamente ligados por la segurl-
aad y bienestar de nuestros res-
pectivos pueblos. Estamos unl-
i'os por un deber comn, y yor
creencias comunes. Debemos se-
guir adelante Juntos, trabajan-
do siempre en estrecha coope-
racin".
"Los padres de familia son en gran parte
culpables de la epidemia de narcticos"
WASHINGTON, Junio II El Comisionado de Narcti-
cos, Harry J. Anslinger, dijo hoy
que los padres de fmula son,
en gran parte culpables por la
actual epidemia del uso de nar-
cticos por menores de edad,
pero prometi acabar con el tr
tico ilegal de narcticos "si el
Congreso nos da las armas".
En una entrevista con la
Prensa Unida, Anslinger dijo
que la ola de uso de narcticos
por menores de edad se ha ex-
pendido en nueve ciudades
Nueva York, Filadelfia, Detroit, J
Chicago, San Luis, Nueva Or-
leans, San Francisco Washing-
ton y Baltimore.
Hasta el momento, dijo Ans-
tinrrr.no se ha descubierto el a
so de narcticos por alumnos
de escuela a excepcin d*
Nueva York en doade ana in-
vestigacin especial llevada a
cabo la semana pasada dio a
conocer al publico ana trag a
historia de corrupcin de ai-.
As* y nias debido al oso de*
narcticos- "Pera existe el pe-
ligro de sue la ola se extien-
da", dijo Anslinger.
A fin de combatir la amena-
Ser aprobada una ley en la
que se imponen de 10 a 20
aos a traficantes en drogas
"Existe el temor de que la epidemia del uso de
narcticos en las escuelas se extienda por todo
Estados Unidos," dice el Comisionado
mo trabajamos",
El Senador Estes Kefauvcr.
Demcrata de Tennessee, le ci
a le ha pedido al Congreso que.su apoyo a stas medidas hoy
'orne accin inmediata sobre un I durante una transmisin raUiul
medida, aprobada por el Couil-
'< del Senado el Viernes, impo-
ne penas de 5, 10 y 20 aos r!e
l-rislrin a los relncldentes, sin
tener derecho al privilegio .':
u baja de penas y libertad oajo
palabra.
"Esa es nuestra primera prio-
r'dad", dijo Anslinger. "Esa l?y
terminar con el trfico. 81 el
Congreso la pasara sta semana,
le ensearamos al pblico co-
:royecto de ley que se encuen-
tra pendiente de aprobacin el
ra! Impone penas dr-tlca* a
i'js traficantes de narctico*. La
Kefauver fu el Senador que i-
nicl la campaa contra el cri-
men en Estados Unidos y si^ue
siendo miembro del Comiti
Crimen del Senado.
Kefauver dijo que la ola de
narcticos "es ana terrible y
peligrosa amenaza", y por lo
tanto deben haber condenas
ms fuertes para los que vio-
len la ley de narcticos; dija
que se debe "alentar" a los
jaeces para que Impongan
sentencias ms severas; las
ciudades y los Estados deben
aprobar leyes ms severas y
la Junta Federal de Narcti-
cos debe ser reforzada.
Kefauver tambin dijo q'i
'os padres de familia "d e o e n
decirle a sus hijos la verdad su-
cre lo que sucede cuando se :wi
vierten en adictos de los nar-
cticos".
"Como la mayora de los ni-
os se convierten en adictos por
medi de amistades, los patres
deben lener ms cuidados sobre
con quienes sus hijos se aso-
cian. Esa es su responsabilidad',
ijo Kefauver.
Anslinger le dl su aprobacin
a todas las sugestiones de Ke-
fauver y agreg su punto de
vista sobre los padres de fami-
lia era el mismo.
Dijo que ras conversacin- s
que ha tenido con jvenes a-
dictos lo han convencido de
que "el control paternal ina-
decuado, la falta de valares
morales y ticos en el hogar,
y la falta de responsabilidad
personal asi como la falta ae
respeto a la persona humana",
son las raices de los vicios de
los jvenes.
"Cuando stos elementos fal-
tan en el hogar, el nio se va
a la calle, se msela con ma-
las compaas y se envician
en los narcticos", dijo. "'J-
san marihuana, barbitrlcos.
aspirina mezclada ron sodas y
y cpsulas de aspirina v cafe-
na mezcladas con caf".
En cuanto a la curacin de
ios adictos. Anslinger dito que
debido a la pobre calidad 'Je
.ios narcticos comprados llegai-
mente. es bastante fcil desir-
toxicar a los pacientes. Atac
luertemente a los hospitales q-:t
(rasa a la ras Col 1)
El nuevo Partido Derechista que
comanda de Gaulle obtuvo mayora
en las elecciones de Francia
El Gobierno que ha de surgir de estas
elecciones volver a ser de coalicin
tal como el que ahora est en el poder
PARIS. Junio 18 (UP)El nue-
vo partido derechista de De Gau-
lle obtuvo la mayora de escaos
en la Asamblea Nacional de
Francia como resultado de las e-
lecclones en que los Comunistas _
Franceses sufrieron prdidas en
sus escaos pero mantuvieron su
posicin como el partido politico
ms grande de Franciaan ms
que los DeOaullistas. Los Comu-
nistas lograron el 25.76 por cien-
to de los votos comparado con
28.2 por ciento en 1948.
Los resultados, casi finales, son
los siguientes: DeOaullistas, 111
escaos; Comunistas, 101; par-
tidos de centro (con 94 escaos
de los Socialistas) 283; otros de-
rechistas e independientes, 8?,
Para obtener una mayora ab-
soluta en la Asamblea General de
Francia se necesitan 350 votos.
Con los DeOaullistas como el
partido ms fuerte en la Asam-
blea, ms el fracaso de los parti-
dos de centro de obtener una ma-
yora, se espera que surja el pro-
blema de las coaliciones que han
gobernado a Francia desde 1947.
La Legacin del Per
expide comunicado
en el caso de Haya
S. E. don Emilio Ortiz de
Zevallos, nos ha trado el si-
guiente comunicado para su pu-
blicacin:
Comunicado oficial da la
Embajada del Per
Se nos comunica oficial-
mente de Lima, que la nueva
Resolucin de la Corte de La
Haya de fecha 13 del presente
mes, explicada por el Oobler-
no del Per en el Comunicado
Oficial del 14, que publicaron
los diarlos de esta capital en
los dias 15 y 16, ha sido reci-
bido con absoluta calma, tanto
en Lima como en todo el terri-
torio de la Repblica, en la
que reina perfecta tranquilidad,
sin que se haya producido la
ms insignificante manifesta-
cin.
Es pues, tendenciosa e inexac-
ta toda noticia o juicio cuyo
fin sea crear y mantener un
falso clima de lnouietud y zo-
zobra en todo el Continente,
con motivo.de este caso estric-
tamente jurdico.
Panama, Junio 18 de 1951.
La fuerza de De Gaulle obliga-
r a los partidos de centro a in-
clinarse ms hacia la derecha
fiara conseguir los votos DeGau-
listas e Independientes sl quie-
ren formar un gobierno.
An en la Asamblea pasada, en
donde tenan ms escaos, los
partidos de centro tuvieron que
llesfar a un acuerdo con los dere-
chistas e lndeDendlentes para
conservar el poder.


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SE NECESITAN TCNICOS EN LA
ADMINISTRACIN PUBLICA
Es evidente que nuestro sistema administrativo
adolece de una serie- de defectos fundamentales que
tienen como lgica consecuencia un sensible desqui-
ciamiento en lo que respecta a los negocios est-
fales reflejndose tambin, con caracteres de im-
portancia, en las actividades de la vida nacional.
Las complicaciones de la Administracin se de-
ben bsicamente al criterio ms o menos emprico
que en la mayora de los casos orienta el desenvol-
vimiento del gobierno. Los problemas mltiples que
Confronta el Estado requieren estudios detenidos ^
tcnicos. No es posible encontrarles una adecuada
solucin si se procede precipitadamente y, sobre to-
do, prescindindose de lo sealado por las normas
Cientficas.
Comprendemos que en nuestro medio no es po-
sible disponer de un tcnico para cada dependencia
ficial, pero s creemos que pueden ponerse algu-
nos de ellos en puestos claves que permitan abrir-
le nuevos y mejores rumbos a la Administracin
Pblica.
Sera de desearse que con esta mentalidad, la
de elegir personas capaces y de versacin cientfi-
ca para determinadas posiciones, se iniciara pronto
un movimiento en el desarrollo de las actividades
del Estado Panameo. Eso ser sumamente saluda-
fie para los intereses del pas en todo sentido.
En la actualidad nos parece que son muy po-
cos los elementos con cultura cientficamente diri-
gida que se encuentran en esos cargos claves a que
hemos aludido. Posiblemente en el Ministerio de
Hacienda, por ejemplo, slo haya un financista, el
Sr. Osear Mller.
Hace algunos meses en el Ministerio de Ha-
cienda se procedi a una revisin integral del fun-
cionamiento de Rentas Internas y ese estudio, he-
cho por el Sr. Mller, arroj mucha luz en rela-
cin a defectos en cuestiones esenciales dentro de
Ir dependencia aludida. En aquella ocasin nosotros
comentamos editorialmente el estudio mencionado y
los manifestamos en el sentido de que era indis-
pensable que se dictaraj las medidas adecuadas
para poner en vigencia todas las recomendaciones
contenidas en el estudio referido.
Ojal en cada ramo de la Administracin se
revisara el engranaje, por decirlo as, con el fin de
eliminar prcticas o sistemas anacrnicos o de fun-
cionamiento defectuoso. Y para lograr esto es ne-
cesario, indispensable, que ciertos cargos oficiales
lie pongan en manos de los tcnicos en la materia
resoectiva. __________________
,.
de WASHINGTON
Por DREW PEARSON
Drew Pearson dice: Los Senadores sorprendieron a Ache-
son al quitarse sus corbatas; El ex-Presidente del Con-
greso, Joe Martin estuvo en un tiempo preocupado por
la popularidad de MacArthur.
BICHO TAPIA EN "CRCEL DE MUJERES"
WASHINGTON.
El Secretarlo de Estado Dean
Acheson qued boquiabierto
mientras declaraba en los co-
mits de Servicios Armados >
Relaciones Exteriores del Sena
do la semana pasada. No fue-
ron las preguntas lo que lo
hicieron mostrarse sorprendido.
Fue lo que vio.
A travs de la mesa, el Sena-
dor Mayne Morse de Oregon
comenz a desatarse su corDa-
ta. A su lado, el Senador Ke-
fauver de Tennessee tambin
comenz a quitarse la suya. Pe-
ro los dos hombres no pareca
que iban a pelearse. Por el
contrario, se vean* apacible.
Lo que hicieron ue cambiar
de corbatas.
Este es un pasatiempo de
lot Senadores de Orejn. Xa
Morse ha cambiado corbatas
con otros dos Senadores en
una semana Russel de Geor-
gia y McCarthy de Wisconsin
obteniendo cada vez una cor-
bata de cinco dlares a cam-
bio de una de a dlar.
NOTICIAS DE WASHINGTON
La Casa Blanca ha recibi-
do un informe de Maury Ma-
verick, ex-Alcalde de San An-
tonio, sobre la dificultad que
tuyo el actual Alcalde, Jack
White, en conseguir un comi-
t de recepcin que le diera
la bienvenida a MacArthur.
El General Walter Krueger,
quien sirvi bajo las rdenes
de MacArthur en el Pacifico,
estaba muy ocupado para o-
frecer sus servicios... Mac-
Arthur estudi en la Escue-
la Superior y la Academia Mi-
litar de San Antonio, asi que
I Alcalde quera una gran
bienvenida... Cuando los mi-
neros tomen sus vacaciones
de mediados de verano ser
bueno estar alertas para la
huelga que se rumora ha or-
denado John L. Lewis. Los a-
yudantes de "Juan el Gran-
de" han estado pasando la
voz de que las vacaciones
pueden prolongarse... El Se-
nador Bennet, Republicano re-
cin electo de Utah, cuya
compaa de motores fue a-
llanada por la Oficina de Es-
tabilizacin de Precios por ha-
ber violado los controles de
precios, est en el Comit del
Senado que decidir si se pro-
rroga la ley de control de
precios... La oficina del Fis-
cal de Los Angeles ha perdi-
do prestigio como resultado
de las ansias de publicidad...
Walter WincheU aparenta ser
el primrr periodista que en-
trevist a MacArthur, pero la
Mayora de la gente no sabe
que el primero fue Robert
Gros, el conferencista de Ca-
lifornia, quien logr la pri-
mera conversacin periodsti-
ca con el General poco des-
pus de su llegada a Nueva
York. Gros, uno de los me-
jores entrevistadores de Esta-
dos Unidos, tambin ha en-
trevistado al Secretario Mar-
shall, Herbert Hoover, el Pre-
sidente Truman, John I. Le-
wis y Shirley Temple durante
ate mismo viaje.
DECLARACIN INSEPARABLE
Es probable que no sea Jus-
to averiguar lo que nuestros
estadistas han dicho sobre cier-
tos problemas hace unos aos.
Sin embargo, es interesante de
todas maneras.
Y es especialmente Interesan-
te producir una declaracin que1
el ameno ex-Presldente del
Congreso, Joe Martin, Republi-
cano hizo sobre los Generales
MacArthur y Eisenhower el 24
de septiembre de 1947. En ese
entonces, claro est, los Repu-
blicanos controlaban el Con-
greso y todo pareca Indicar
que nada poda evitar su vic-
toria en 1948. Asi que he aqu
lo que Joe Martin dijo hace
slo cuatro aos sobre el "pe-
ligro" de un posible surgimien-
to de MacArthur o Elsenhower:
"Qu tal si MacArthur des-
embarcara de repente en San
Francisco"?, advirti Martin en
1947. "Luego estara desfilando
por la 5a. Avenida. Entonces
qu? No lo visualizan? La idea
de MacArthur para Presidente
se regara por el pas como una
tormenta.
"Y djenme decirles", con-
tinu el pequeo hombre de
Massachusetts, "si las cosas
empeoran en Europa, el pue-
blo se decidir por un militar
como Eisenhower o MacAr-
thur.
"Y si surge el caos, el pue-
blo buscar a un hombre con
mano de hierro", explic el
Congresista, "y entonces se
decidir por MacArthnr".
"S, pero qu hay de la
marcha de los bonos?", pre-
gunt un amigo.
"El pblico tiene una pobre
memoria", dijo Martin enco-
gindose de hombros. "Eso fue
hace 15 aos".
Nota: Este es el mismo Joe
Martin que prendi el ms
grande debate en la historia re-
ciente al publicar la carta de
MacArthur oponindose a la po-
ltica de la Casa Blanca. Mar-
tin haba retenido la carta
ms de diez das y algunos
creen que esto fue calculado
cuidadosamente por sus reper-
cusiones polticas.
NOTICIAS EN CAPSULAS
ALMUERZO BULLICIOSO
El Embajador de Estados
Henry Grady, pens que la
manera ideal de arreglar la
agria disputa Anglo-Irania
por el petrleo, seria invitan-
do al Embajador Britnico y
al Primer Ministro de Irn a
un almuerzo en la Embajada
de Estados Unidos, en donde
podran ponerse de aeuerdo.
Pero el Primer Ministro Mos-
sadegh y el Embajador Bri-
tnico se comieron el exqui-
sito almuerzo y terminaron
gritndose el uno al otro.
FRANCO EN APUROS.
La Embajada Norteamericana,
en Espaa le ha cablegrafia-
do al Departamento de Esta- .
do que los enemigos del Ge-
neral Franco estn planean-
do ana espectacular huelga
de brazos caidoa en Madrid.
La Embajada informa que en
Espaa pronto ocurrirn se-
rlos sucesos, y que por pri-
mera vez los partidos de opo-
sicin 'estn formando secre-
tamente un frente unido en
un esfuerzo de derrocar a
Franco. Este frente incluye
a ios monrquicos, republica-
nos, demcratas y socialistas.
EL PARALELO 39. El
Embajador de Estados Unidos,
Walter Gifford ha informado
a los britnicos que Estados
Unidos est a favor de un
avance hacia el Paralelo 39
en Corea. Giffocd se reuni
con el Ministro de Relaciones
Exteriores Herbert Morrison,
y le dijo que el General Ridg-
way cree que las fuerzas de
las Naciones Unidas pueden
establecer una linea de de-
fensa protegida por las rocas
all. Pero el Paralelo 38. dijo,
es un lugar peligroso para
detenerse y slo evitara con-
tra-ataques comunistas. Gif-
ford aclar enfticamente que
Estados Unidos no tiene pla-
nes de avanzar hasta la fron-
tera de Manchara, an si los
Ejrcitos comunistas se des-
plomaran- de repente. ... .....
La aparicin de nuevas estrellas
abre un nuevo captulo en los
estudios de astronoma en Harvard
Por Thomas R. Henry,
Redactor cientfico de NANA
I En esas regiones existe una
esttica permanente, sobre la
cual se escuchan, empero, so-
WASHINOTON, Junio 18. -nidos que r*J"d'
de onda corta. El ms notable
ejemplo de esto es el de la
llamada nebulosa de Cncer
que, hace nueve siglos, era una
estrella del tamao del sol, que
hizo explosin, con una lumi-
nosidad un milln de veces ma-
yor a la de aqul.
Actualmente slo hay all una
gran mase de gas, pero los as-
trnomos creen que existe to-
dava un ncleo candente del
cual emanan las ,seales cap-
tadas por el radio.
Otras fuentes de estos ruidos
son mas difciles de localizar,
pero probablemente son acumu-
laciones de las "estrellas ena-
nas" de que hablamos.
Quiz ms Interesante es que
ellas dan oportunidad para es-
tudiar la "edad" de las estre-
llas. El doctor Shapley dice al
respecto:
"Tal vez estas estrellas se
aproximan a una fra senectud.
Son demasiado pequeas para
ser vistas ordinariamente, pero
probablemente son ms nume-
de los otros cuerpos; rosas que cualquier otrotlpo
Eventualmente. todos de estrellas. Hemos abierto _re-
(EPS). Pequeas estrellas de
gran brillantez, probablemen-
te las ms numerosas pero las
menos conocidas,, han abierto
un nuevo capitulo en la astro-
noma, dice el doctor Harlow
Shapley, profesor de esta ma-
teria en la Universidad de
Harvard.
Se trata de estrellas "enanas ,
de color rojizo, que solo pueden
verse con la ayuda de pode-
rosos telescopios. Su luminosi-
dad es apaas una milsima
de la del sol, con frecuencia
muchsimo menos. Cerca del sol
hay muchas de ellas, que no
haban sido descubiertas.
El doctor Shapley cree que
son estrellas muy viejas, que
estn en proceso de extincin.
Quiz alguna vez fueron com-
parables al sol, pero a tra-
vs de los milenios han ido per-
diendo su masa como conse-
cuencia de la radiacin.
El sol mismo pierde, en for-
ma de luz, millares de tonela-
das al da, 10 mismo que I
mayora
celestes.
se convertirn en pavesas ai-
dorales.
* Hace unos pocos ao, ndica
l doctor Shapley, se descubri
que estas estrellas no mueren
tranquilamente. Peridicamente
muestran perodos de extraordi-
naria brillantez, que a veces es
hasta cuatro veces mayor que
la ordinaria.
Estas manifestaciones alcan-
zan en ocasiones la misma
magnitud que las que ocurren
en el sol tambin peridica-
mente, y que sabemos que in-
terfieren poderosamente con las
pentinamente una nueva fase
en el estudio de los cuerpos es-
telares con 4 descubrimiento
de estas estrellas enanas".
Hasta hoy ha sido posible es-
tudiar cerca de un centenar de
estrellas desintegradas por tre-
mendas explosiones. Durante el
ao pasado ae descubrieron
otras tres, segn un Informe
del Instituto Carnegie de Tec-
nologa, que mantiene el obser-
vatorio astronmico de Monte
Palomar. Estas tres estrellas al-
canzaron una luminosidad se-
senta mil veces mayor que la
Ifm&& %?F$vB
referimos.
El doctor Shapley seala que
el fenmeno tiene mucha sig-
nificacin, ya que quiza per-
mite explicar lo que ocurre en
la Via Lctea, en donde segu-
ramente son tan numerosas esas
estrellas como en las proximi-
dades del sql. ^__^_
ms all de la Via Lctea, en
otras galaxias que estn a mi-
llares de aftoa d luz de la
tierra, diez y ocho "superno-
vas" con una luminosidad d cientos cincuenta millones de
veces mayor a la del sol. Asi,
seguramente, fue la nebulosa de
Cncer, el nico caso de estos
en nuestro cisterna solar. ____
Hay duda de que vayan a efectuarse
elecciones en Gran Bretaa dentro
de los prximos meses, informan
CRCEL DE MUJERES, la sensacional serie que escribe Clau-
dio Lpez Gronning, se inicia maana martes a las nueve de
la noche a travs de la Red Panamericana con Anita Villalaz
y Lucho Tapia en los papeles estelares. Dirige y produce:
Emilio Daz. Patrocina: Casa An t clin i,
Elimine la
Picazn del
ECZEMA
81 la picazn y ardor del eczama,
erupcin o aarpullldo, lo hacen raa-
carae continuamente y aufrlr mo-
mento* de anguatla intermlnablea,
entonces ea tiempo que recurra, ai
calmante y cicatrizante Ungento
Koien* para obtener pronto alivio.
Loa IngTedleatea del Ungento
Kniene acidan rpidamente para
aliviar el maleatar y la picarn.
cicatrizar laa partea afectadas y
devolver a la piel au atado normal.
Hasa un enaayo, puea au resultado
tupera en mucho au coato. Bata de
.eata *a farmacias.
Por Carl W. McCardle
. (N. A N. A) .......
LONDRES. Junio 18 'EPS).-
Cmo es que el partido labo-
rista britnico sigue en el poder
. pesar de su estrecha minora
y de la reciente revuelta de su a-
kquierda?
Para contestar esta preguntr.
paede citarse una experiencia
personal. Este corresponsal r.a
tenido oportunidad de conversar
recientemente con el primer mi-
ni,tro Attlee. Uno de sus auxi-
liares nos condujo por una t-
Josa escalinata a las oficinas
semejantes a una catedral, qut
el Jefe del gobierno ocupa cerca
de la Cmara de los Comunes
Attlee, sentado frente a una
enorme mesa de conferencias, se
mostr afable y animado. Era
poco antes del medio da, y a
pesar de so reciente enferme-
dad pareca muy sano, y que se
hubiera acabado de levantar
despus de una buena noche ce
reposo. Pero nosotros sabiamo"
que haba pasado toda la noi.e
en la sesin del Parlamento.
El debate continuaba en la
Cmara y Attlee se levant una
vez para averiguar si se ha ota
solicitado una votacin en- re-
lacin con el presupuesto. El
Primer Ministro Manifest que
as cosas se estaban poniendo
de tal manera que cuando ai-
guien silbaba llamando a un U
ximetro l tena que aseguraice
de que no era que solicitaba u-
nii votacin.
Luego esto fu lo que ocurri.
Un "bobbie" (polica) grit en el
corredor que se estaba llamar.rio
a una votacin Los miembros
conservadores de la Cmara se
pusieron en fila de un lado del
saln parlamentarlo y los labo-
rista hicieron lo mismo del ot:o
lado, formando lo que en tr-
minos parlamentarios britni.'js
se llama una "divisin", mien-
tras un funcionario vestido de
etiqueta contaba los votos, o
mejor dicho, los diputados.
Consideraciones Sobre la Crisis
Por ERNESTO MNDEZ
La inconsistencia, a travs de todos los tiempos, de nuestra
poltica econmica, es un hecho notorio. Ello se debe a que est
dividida la opinin acerca de si al pas le conviene ser comer-
cial, industrial o agrcola; r tambin a que, gracias a nuestra
mala suerte, hemos tenido muy pocos gobernantes; es decir, muy
pocos hombres que, desde el Poder, hayan proyectado su accin
creadora, a travs del tiempo, en el futuro. Los ms de quienes
han regido los destinos de este pas han dedicado su tiempo y
su alta posicin para hacer obra rutinaria, de administracin,
como la de destituir a un funcionarlo pblico, ascender a an sar-
gento, erigir un puente, construir una carretera o edificar ana
casa para escueta; obras, todas ellas, de importancia relativa des-
de el punto de vista del desarrollo de la economa de an pas.
No habiendo podido llegar a un acuerdo en cuanta a lo que
ms conviene a los intereses generales, permanentes y.econmi-
cos de la Nacin, cada ano de los grupos de opinin, a su turno,
ba impuesto el predominio de sus ideas y ha ido creando ana se-
rie de intereses econmicos que se contraponen entre si; y las
ms de la; veces, por falta de visin panormica del problema,
ha sido causa de' las dificultades conque ha tropezado nuestro
desarrollo.
Entre quienes propugnan por hacer del nuestro un pueblo da
agricultores estn los adoradores de la agricultura mecanizada,
quienes, en poca reciente, tuvieron suficiente poder para indu-
cir al Estado a que invirtiera enormes sumas de dinero en la
compra de maquinaria adecuada a esa labor. La maquinan
cumpli su cometido y por ello se produjo o se produce arroz en
grandes cantidades. La aceptacin de eate hecho demuestra quo
reconocemos, en principio, la bondad del sistema. Pero, si bien
se. mira, el agricultor campesino no ba recibido ni recibir nin-
gn beneficio del ingente esfuerzo realizado por el Estado al
comprar la maquinaria a que nos hemos referido. Es ms, si
desde el punto de vista del agricultor campesino, que nada taba
acerca de la fuga de los capitales, llegamos a la misma entraa
del problema, concluiramos en que esa gran produccin de arroz
lo perjudica ya que le hace pagar por l suma mayor que la que
pagarla si en el pas no se produjera dicho articulo; y sor esta
discernimiento concluiramos en que el Pisco tambin se perju-
dica ya que los productores de arroz no le resarcen de los im-
puestos que antes perciba de su introduccin al pas.
Llegaramos asi a la conclusin de que la agricultura meca-
nizada es perjudicial a nuestros intereses y que, por tanto, de-
beramos desentendemos de ella? Da ninguna manera. Pero
esta negacin no nos impide afirmar que la agricultura hecha,
por medio de la mquina slo es econmica cuando se realtea en
grandes extensiones de tierra. Sin ella seria imposible labrar un
terreno cuya extensin fuera de treinta, cincuenta, den hect-
reas. Pero el noventa y ms por ciento de nuestros agricultores
no posee tales porciones de tierra, ni cosa que se le parezca.
Tampoco dispone de los medios econmicos necesarios para com-
prar tal maquinaria, ni tiene influencia para conseguir que el
Estado le preste o le alquile la suya.
81 pensamos en que la agricultura realizada con la coa y el
machete ya era cosa antigua en el Reino de los Faraones, segn
lo podemos constatar en cualquier vaso Egipcio de la poca, en
cuyos grabados encontramos hombres manejando arados de trac-
cin animal, si pensamos en tal cosa, habremos de pensar tam-
bin que en el reloj de la historia ha sonado la hora de quo
nuestros campesinos agricultores superen el estado en que so
Hallan, en cuanto a los mtodos de cultivar la tierra, y que, por
tanto, se haoe necesario que de alguna manera se le provea a
cada uno de ellos de uno de esos arados de traccin animal. Su
costo es una miseria comparado con una mquina trilladora, pon-
gamos por caso; y de ellos no existe ni ano en la Repblica.
Es cosa do vulgar conocimiento el hecho de que cada froto
necesita de condiciones ideales de la tierra y del ambiente para
poder reproducirse. La tierra con alto porcentaje de arena no
es recomendable para el cultivo, del arroz y en cambio puede ser
muy ventajosa para la siembra de la sandia. Ninguna de nes*
tros agricultores campesinos sabe de estas cosas. Urge, pues, en-
senrselas. Urge la creacin de on departamento tcnico dedi-
cado al anlisis de tierras a fin de evitar que nuestros agricul-
tores siembren maz en donde slo se produce maran. 4
Estudiar y desarrollar rpidamente an plan que oriente a '
nuestros agricultores campesinos hacia nuevos cultivos; un pian '
que signifique el facilitarles, para pagar a largos plazos, arados
de traccin animal y otros aperos de labranza; un plan que in- '
volucre la capacidad de orientar tcnicamente a nuestros cam- '
nesinos a fin de que sos esfuerzos resalten lo. ms productivos,'
resultara la obra ms grandiosa, por sus proyecciones, que nn ,
Gobernante pudiera realizar entre nosotros; y constituira otro da
los medios ideales para combatir esta crisis congenlta de que pa-
decemos.
CONCURSO DE PRECIOS
Hasta las 10 a.m. del da 30 de los corrientes se recibirn
en la Inspeccin Provincial de, Educacin de Panam, pro-
puestas en sobre cerrado para el suministro del siguiente
material, para uso de las escuelas del Distrito de Panam:
lo.270 (doscientos setenta > equipos de mobiliario para 1er.
nivel. Cada equipo consta de 1 (una) mesa y 4 (cuatro)
sillas; todo con armazn de hierro, segn pliego de
especificaciones.
2o.2,000 (dos mil) bancas individuales de tamaos mediano
y grande con armazn de hierro y sobres, asiento y es*
paldar de caoba, segn pliego de especificaciones.
3o.200 (doscientos) tableros, segn modelo.
4o.200 (doscientos) escritorios, segn modelo.
Los pliegos de especificaciones pueden obtenerse en la
Inspeccin Provincial de Educacin.
Panam, 15 de Junio de 1951.
Roberto Nes E.
Inspector Provincial de Educacin
Panam
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Ulceras
Estomacales
Aqnalloa qnt tienen l desgracie
e> enfrlr de tiloaraa tomacsjn
aceda. Indigestin y otras Incon-
renlenelas del aparato digestir
debieran hacer la siguiente prne-
ea: tomarse una oucharadlta de
NKUTRACn en medio vaso de
sita callente despus de oada
oomlda. Infirindose lentamente.
NEUTRAC1D ha sido hecho para
ate uso fnicamente: contrarres-
tar y neutralizar ej exceso de aol- i
do en el estomago.
Nunca babra usted experlmen-
tado tal allrlo. Compre una cala
aoy mismo. Pide NBUTRACI ea
MlQUlar farmacia.
T
al. Vlce-Minlstro de Relaciones
txtenures sovitico Anurel Uj-
n.yko en que esas tres poienoa
tratan q' Rusia acepte un 'tenia-
no dlvlaido" para la Comercila
de Ministros de Relaciones Ex
tutores de los Cuatro Grande;,
el portavoz del Departamenl >
de Estado, Mlc'nael McDermott
Qijo a los periodistas:
"SI el Gobierno sovitico de-
sea realmente tal conferencia
Estados Unidos junto con Gran
Bietaa y Francia no aceptan
en cambio, que el Pacto del -
uantlco del Norte sea una cues
tifa acerca la cual los cuaUo
Ministros -de Relaciones Exterio-
res tienen competencia para
turnar decisiones, y por lo tanto
no es asunto que cabe incluir on
el temarlo".
"Las notas debern hacer
desvanecer cualquier duda gue
abrigue el Gobierno sovitico de
c.ue su representante no tenda
Lbertad para expresar sus opi-
niones sobre cualquier tema que
crea est re^fjjraado con ius
cusas detiriH Hnternaclonul'.
McDermott lsWll que de t .-
mane decisiones sobre el Pac'.o
del Atlntico en la Conferencia
OC los Cuatro Grandes sc.a
"traicionar" a los aliados de Li-
tados Unidos.
No debe dejarse pasar ninguna
oportunidad para reabrir las
negociaciones sobre la Paz
Manifest el Secretario de las Naciones Unidas,
seor Trigve Lie recientemente
Protesta Cuba por
un nuevo proyecto
de ley azucarero
WASHINGTON, junio 18.
ba, Luis Machado, expuso hoy
al Presidente Truman las "pro-
testas de su pas sobre el nue-
vo proyecto de ley azucarero.
Las esferas Informadas dije-'
ron que todo ndica que el Go-
bierno norteamericano se pro-
pone insistir en sus recomen-
daciones de que se aumenten i
las cuotas azucareras de Puer- \
to Rico, Islas Vrgenes, Per y
Repblica Dominicana en el |
mercado de Estados Unidos.
Machado rehus revelar lo!
que habla dicho al Presidente,
pero dio a entender que haba |
explicado las objeciones de Cu- ,
ba a varias de las proposicio-
nes que se han hecho respecto
a la mencionada ley. El Emba-
Jador manifest que tambin
haba esbozado la actitud de su
pas en cartas dirigidas a las
secretaras de Estado y Agricul-
tura.
Lawrence Myers, Jefe de la
Divisin de Azcar de la Se-
; cretana de Agricultura, declar '
que la carta de Machado ser
1 "estudiada cuidadosamente" en
una reunin que se celebrar
maana. Sin embargo. Myers!
Indic que es muy poco proba-
ble que la comunicacin del !
Embajador de Cuba vaya a mo-
tivar cambios bsicos en las re-
comendaciones que el Gobier-
no presentar al Congreso res-
pecto a las cuotas azucareras.
CWMBOlTftj
CintaMNK
SWARTHMORE, Pensilvania,
Junio i5 iu81b> El Becreui'.u
General de las Naciones Unidas.
Trlgve Lie, declar hoy que esta
institucin no debe dejar pasar
ninguna oportunidad para la
reapertura de conversaciones so-
bre el cese del fuego en Corea
"aproximadamente a lo largo del |
Paralelo 38".
En un discurso pronunciado
en el acto de graduacin en el
Colegio Swathmore aqu. Lie re-
cord que en un reciente discur-
so ante la Asociacin de las Na- !
clones Unidas en Canad, haba
dicho que 'ha llegado el momen-
to de buscar el cese del fuego
en Corea, como primer paso ha-
ca" las negociaciones que con-
ducen al restablecimiento de la I
paz y la seguridad en esa zona".
En su discurso. Indic Lir que
el Consejo de Seguridad de las
Naciones Unidas sigue siendo el
organismo encargado de la res-
ponsabilidad nica del mante-
nimiento de la paz segn la Car-
ta de las Naciones Unidas.
"Si hemos de alcanzar xito
en la prevencin de una tercera
guerra mundial, debemos buscar
nuevos medios para hacer uso
del Consejo de Seguridad como
sitio para una exploracin v ne-
gociacin de todas las posiciones
en pugna, as como para el de-
bate public".
Lie hizo notar que las Nacio-
nes Unidas son casi el nico sitio
donde estn representados todos
los puntos de vista.
Estn desempacando
CAMISONES CON ENCAJE
Rosa, celeste, blanco, amarillo.
Tallas 32 a 40.
Especial .. .. .. 4.25
PETICOTES CON ENCAJE
Rosa, celeste, blanco.
Tallas 34 a 40.
Especial .... .. 3.95
PIJAMAS CORTAS
Rosa, celeste, amarillo.
Tallas 32 a 40
Especial......2.95
PIJAMAS PARA NIAS
Desde 2 a 12 aos.

En lechuguilla., .a 2.60
En jersey......a 2.95
Tela de cmica a 3.95
SCHIAPARELLI
La media ms fina. ,
BRASSIERES EXQUISITE FORM
Tallas 30 al 48.
i
1.65 1.95 2.75
COMPRE AHORA
(HAMBONNET y QUINTA AVENIDA
ABIERTO DE I a 12:30 y de 2 a 8.
"CHESTERFIELD"
EL MEJOR CIGARRILLO DEL MUNDO
PRESENTA HOY
Raul Iriarte y su Orquesta Tpica
I TAMtIEN UfTIO llorarla a) un
resfriado le tuviera conges-
tionados la nariz, la garganta
y el pecho I Pero, luego ....
AL ACMTAI al nene,
las cariosas manos
t mamacla frotan
el calman
rante Vick
VapoRnb en el
pecho, cuello y ,/ *
espalda. Y. en- fo >
Si MAUSTAI del tufriado ha
cedido durante la noche, grs-
cas a la accin doble de
VapoRub: el afecto de cata-
plasma, que alivia la conges-
tin del pecho, y sus tapora
/ntdiciruues, los cuales, inhala-
doa, ayudan a descongestionar
loa conductos respiratorios
iPrubelo!
VlCK
VapoRub
Desde 1930
Primero con muebles solamente, despus con muebles y mercaderas,
nuestro sistema de ventas por medio de Club, ha llevado a infinidad de
familias de todo el pas y Zona del Canal, la indiscutible facilidad de
obtener mayores comodidades en sus hogares a base de un mdico
desembolso semanal. Es nico en facilidades, suscrbase a este gran Club.
SOCIOS FAVORECIDOS EN JUNIO 17 DE 1951:
Seora ROSA SALDARA Calle 14 Oeste No. 24
l'n reloj de seora marca "Belt*" con su corres-
pondiente pulsera. Ganado con 1 semana
Seor PROSPERO VALDES Calle "O" No. 5 Un
bicicleta de carreras marea "Wearwell" con rueda
de 26 pulgadas. Gan con 13 semanas.
Seora BLANCA SARA Y DE HELMES San Fran-
cisco, Avenida la. No. 29 lina cama cuna en
color celeste, con su corchen y sprint. Gan can
16 semanas.
Seor GILBERTO BERRIO Calle 15 Oeste No. 39
l'n estante de dos cuerpos barnizado en color
jaspe cocobolo. Gan con 32 semanas.
Nuestro Club es el que tiene
mayor nmero de socios y el
ms antiguo de la Repblica.
SOLAMIENTE~MUEBLES V
MERCADERAS DE CALIDAD.
en el TEATRO BELLA VISTA
a las 9:00 p.m.
Y TRANSMITIDO POP
RADIO PROGRAMAS CONTINENTAL
EN LA PANTALLA: "LA JUSTICIA INJUSTA"
Dramtica pejcula con FRANK LO VEJO Y y KATHLEEN RYAN
Un momento!... Piense en esto:
Que nuestro club lleva la felicidad a
miles de hogares.
Que-puede amueblar su casa por me-
dio de las inmejorables facilidades
que le reporta nuestro Club.
Que nuestro surtido de mueble*, arte-
factos elctricos y Mercaderas, es el
ms grande y completo que Ud. puede
encontrar en la plaza.
VISTENOS Y COMPRUBELO!
JUEG08 DE RECAMARA.
JUEGOS DE COMEDOR.
JirEOOS PARA 8ALA.
JUEGOS DE LIVING.
MUEBLE8 PARA OFICINA.
MUEBLES SUELT08. .
Con 45 Semanas: Juego pa-
ra Sala de 5 Piezas.
Radios, Refrigeradora, Lava
doras. Mquinas de Coser,
Mquinas de escribir, Estufas
de Kerosene, Abanicos, Lm-
paras residenciales. Archiva,
dores. Estufas para gas, Col-
chones, Linleos, Alfombras,
Bicicletas de las majo roa
marcas.
Llantas y Bateras para.
Carros, Chivas y Trucks.
Relojes, Sortijas y otras pren-
das de Joyera y Platera,
Juegos de Cubiertos Vajillas,
Cristalera, Artculos para re-
galos.
REPARAMOS RELOJES Y
ARTCULOS DE JOYERA.
Trabajos garantizados.
Cualquier otro articulo desde
diez balboas en adelante.
No tenemos sucursales ni
agentes vendedores.
i
Reparamos Radios da ''
cualquier marca.
Entregamos la mercadera al momento de suscribirse, envindoia a su casa.
2 OPORTUNIDADES DE GANAR CON UN SOLO CLUB
Adems del nmero que elija RECALAMOS OTRO NUMERO CON EL CUAL TIENE
OPCIN A GANARSE, 1 Juego de Recmara o Comedor completos, que obsequia-
mos SEMANALMENTE a nuestros suscriptores.
CASA SPORT, S. A.
Mueblera Ferretera "k Artculos de Casa
Jovera Platera Objetos para Regalos
(Ave. Central No. 20) prximo a la Lotera (Antigua Ferretera Duque)'
El mrito de nuestro Club os reconocido por miles de hogares en toda la Repblica.
FILIAL: La Industrial Maderera, S. A. Depsitos de maderas. Fabrica de Muebles Finos.
Puertas, Ventanas. Marcos v Molduras para construcciones!. Vitrinas de mostrsdor para
comereio Se ejecuta cualquier trabajo dentro del ramo con la tcnica de unos sesenta obre-
ros especializados v mas de 15 aos de experiencia
Ave. Sur. ReMepo de Barrase Fren'.e al Cen tro Escolar Amador Guerrero Tel 2-1743


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PAGINA CUATRO
,11 "I lili !......IT "
L PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
LUNES, JUNIO II, 1951
cJLa b
uena nutricin
tricii
Un servicio del Instituto de Nu tricin de C. Amrica Panam
Caloras: Requerimientos
Como ya se mencion, para
todas las formas de trabajo In-
voluntario se requiere combus-
tible y para todas las activida-
des voluntarlas el combustible
necesitado est en relacin a la
intensidad de la actividad
El trabajo muscular es el fac-
tor ms grande que influye en
el nmero de caloras requerlao,
mientras que el trabajo mental,
< viiquo parezca extrao, no a-
'. fecta suficientemente el meta-
bolismo como para poderlo aic-
; dir con aparatos. Los siguientes
datos indican como son usadas
ias caloras da a da: una per-
sona de 150 libras de peso gasta
6b por hora durmiendo, 100 ca-
loras sentada, 110 cosiendo, la-
vndose. 144 caloras caminando
moderadamente. 300 a 450 calo-
lia por hora aserrando madera.
En el requerimiento de calo-
ras son varios los factores que
;nfluyen: Orado de metabolis-
mo basal del individuo, tamao
del cuerpo actividad, edad, sexo,
medio ambiente particularmen-
te el clima. Tambin se toma
vn cuenta la salud, la raza y el
estado nutrlclonal del individuo.
Las caloras que se gastan en
cada actividad son agregadas al
.limero de caloras del metabo-
lismo basal de la persona para
poder calcular el nmero de ca-
loras que requiere el individuo.
El peso es usualmente una In-
dicacin si estamos comiendo la
cantidad correcta de alimentos
energticos o n. Algunas libras
ms de lo normal es deseable
para nios de edad escolar
mientras los adultos deben ob-
servar un peso cuidadosamente.
- CRUCIGRAMA -
HORIZONTALES:
1Nmero.
4Resina tropical.
9Preposicin.
12Ave domstica.
13Drama musical.
14Del verbo asar.
15Hierba medicinal antillana
17Relativo a la epopeya, Pl.
19Terminacin de diminutivo.
JOCarcomida.
SINatural de Canan.
24Regiones.
87Bisonte de Europa.
28El primer hombre.
10As le dicen a los Eulalios
81Nordeste.
32Adverbio de modo.
83Unin Autntica Oriental,

Suaves como
la seda
Inic.
35Teatro Nacional, Inic.
3tSemilla aromtica.
38Del verbo liar.
40Adverbio de cantidad.
41Extraes.
43De ozonar.
45Secan al viento.
47Tratamiento espaol.
48Bajos al Norte de Cuba.
50Silbato de mquinas.
53Autillo.
54Constelacin.
58Bebida alcohlica.
57Articulo, Pl.
58Ordinal de seis.
59Agarradera.
VERTICALES:
1Entrego.
2Anear.
3Nombre de varn.
4Smbolos de nobleza.
j 5Volcn de Filipinas, Inv,
: 6Letra castellana.
i 7Medida de superficie.
8Para describir.
I 9Nuez americana.
10Plantigrado.
11Oorra militar.
16Articulo.
18Deidad pagana.
20Del verbo roer.
21Lechos de recin nacidos.
22En las playas.
23Concejal.
25Ara.
26Tonta, argentinismo.
29Fruto del nogal.
32Cocinara en teco.
34Que no causa dolor.
37dolos griegos o rusos.
39Elemento electroltico.
40Forma o estilo.
42Cerebros.
44Apcope de .Norte.
46Lo que respiramos.
48Planta hortense.
49Amarra.
50Afeccin de la garganta.
In*.
51Nosotros.
52Nombre de mujer.
55Nueve, en nmeros roma-
nos.
Se hace Presupuesto sobre la
construccin del Manicomio
de La Villa de Los Santos
He aqu dos aspectos de las Instalaciones del acueducto de
Chitre. Una nos muestra el tanque de 600,000 para servicio
de acueducto el mayor de les instalados en territorio pana-
meo. La otra foto, la toma de agua en el Ro La Villa.
Ma /a
familia...
prefiera t
Nescafe*
...... (... .i .< j. ,. i. .,,. ^ hmt
u nucATt, u. .*- !.., j
PUNTOS
DE VISTA
LAS CARAVANAS AEREAS
La determinacin del fiii.-
tiopo doctor Luis C. Prieto, ce
ur.se obligado a suspender su
Caravana Area por varios mo-
tivos ya conocidos en. el inte-
rior de la Repblica como en I .
misma capital, profunda pena
ha causado en este rincn u-
partado donde ms necesitamos
os servicios profesionales ae
este distinguido galeno. Es m >.y
oloroso para este pueblo ca-
lobreo, donde no tenemos una
Unidad Sanitaria ni una cu-
rretera de penetracin, que r.o
recibamos ms los humanos y
onerosos servicios del doctor
Preto que, an cuando nos vi-
sitaba de mes a mes, era siem-
pre un gran alivio para este pue
i"lo donde se le profesa cario cr,
aito grada Pero no dudaraus
que el Primer Mandatario de a
Nacin, Don Alclbiades Arose-
niena, en gesto noble tambin,
3abr solucionar este problema
que hoy contemplamos y nos
fieocupa, para que el distingu
do Galeno doctor Prieto siga
siendo el salvador de los puebles
honde realmente se necesiUn
sus servicios profesionales y five
en forma espontnea y eficaz-
mente ha venido brindando a
travs de largos aos. Ojal la
Honorable Asambfea Naco, mi
reconsidere la ley por la cual
so estableca el servicio de i i-
dudes Sanitarias Areas, propues
t- a dicha Cmara Legislativa
en Octubre del ao 49 por 1m
Honorables Diputados Outlier-
mo Jurado Selles. Absaln Pin-
zn, Federico Sagel, Arcadlo A
gallera O.. Heraclio Barletta P..
Gregorio de los Ros, Gusiavc
Arosemena. Jose Delia Toir>.
Pal Aran go N. y Carlos Han is,
en pro de los prueblos de eite
gran servido nececltados
Dr. Prieto, por vuestros servi-
cios prestados, la salud es nues-
tra; y confiad tambin en que
rl triunfo ser nuestro!
J. Eduardo Pino P
Calobre. Junio 12 de 1951
Extenso programa
para las fiestas de
Santa Librada
LAS TABLAS. Junio 18 (Co-
i i'esponsal i Reina mucho m-
tusiasmo en esta ciudad por la
celebracin de las fiestas pa-
tronales de Santa Librada. la
Junta de Festejos en combina-
cin con un comit de tableos
radicados en Panam ha la-
borado un extenso programa
para darle brillo y esplenda a
una de las mejores fiestas in-
terioranas. Muchos puntos de
nuestro folklore nacional se ha-
llarn presente durante la ce-
lebracin de nuestras fiestas.
Entre otros, la Junta realizara
uno de los elementos tiplees
ms elegantes de nuestro pue-
blo La Pollera, clsico traje,
smbolo de la elegancia femeni-
na. El turista podr admirer
durante los das de fiestas las
mejores polleras de nuestro ir.
tpriorterior. el donaire de nes
trus mujeres. La Junta dl am-
elle los ltimos toques al pro-
grama. A la sesin, que estuvo
muy animada, concurrieron el
Gobernador de la Provincia
don Julio Arosemena. su secre-
tario y el Alcalde Gonzlez oe
este distrito. Daremos prxima-
mente otros detalles.
Para su publicacin se nos
ha trado el siguiente comuni-
cado:
En audiencia especial fue re-
cibida ayer por el Excmo. seor
Presidente de la Repblica, don
Alclbiades Arosemena, una de-
legacin del Comit 10 de no-
viembre, la cual !e hizo entre-
ga de un memorial suscrito por
el pueblo de Los Santos, soli-
citando al Mandatario santeo
la continuacin de los traba-
Jos del manicomio nacional en
esa localidad, con el consiguien-
te traslado de esa casa de sa-
lud al interior de la Repblica.
Se aprovech tambin la opor-
tunidad para poner en manos
del Presidente una Resolucin
de felicitacin y respaldo por
su ascenso a a Primera Magis-
tratura de la Nacin.
La comisin departi fami-
liarmente con el Presidente y
en el curso de la entrevista se
expusieron argumentos funda-
mentales a favor de la obra,
iniciada en buena hora por el
extinto mandatario doctor Juan
Demstenes Arosemena (q. e.
p. d. conocido como el Pre-
sidente Interiorano por su vi-
sual de estadista interesado en
el resurgimiento cultural, social
y econmico del sector de la
Repblica que vive su abando-
no y su miseria ms all de
las mrgenes de la zona cana-
lera.
Para sorpresa y satisfaccin
de los visitantes, don Alclbiades
manifest que ya l se habia
adelantado a los peticionarlos
al solicitar al Ministro de Obras
Pblicas, Ing. Norberto Navarro,
un presupuesto de la obra a fin
de iniciarla en la primera o-
portunldad.
Sin pretensiones de notorie-
dad porque no caben en estas
circunstancias, conviene inser-
tar en esta breve crnica los
nombres de las personas que
en la capital establecieron con-
tacto con los santeos residen-
tes en el Interior para decidir
sobre el contenido del memo-
rial y que han activado este
asunto con verdadero inters. El
Srupo est compuesto por las
amas Fermina V. de Escalona,
Carmen Mercedes de Moreno,
Flor Nez de Garca, Raquel
Brandao de Dodn y Elena de
Saucedo y por los seores Mau-
rillo O. Torregrosa, Efraln Es-
calona, Guillermo A. Garcia
Castillo y Carlos O. Quintero
Alfaro. Las seoras de Escalo-
na, de Dodn y de Moreno y
los caballeros Torregrosa, Esca-
lona y Garca Castillo hicieron
ademas un viaje hasta Los San
tos para coordinar ideas con
los paisanos y acordar la forma
prctica de elevar la solicitud
al Presidente.
Panam, junio 14 de 1951
El Ex-Inspector de Telgrafos
de Santiago se refiere a unos
cargos que hicieron contra l
Cuadrilla de la
Junta repara un
camino en Oc
OCU Junio 18 (Corresponsal)
Hemos podido observar vjon
satisfaccin que cuadrilla Junta
Caminos est reparando tramo
carretera que une la central c..:i
sta poblacin, ojal esos traba-
Jos no sean suspendidos ant^s
de su terminacin como en o-
tras ocasiones. ,
Mientras tanto calles esta lo-
calidad necesitan urgentes re-
paraciones. Corremos traslado a
quien corresponda a fin se or-
dene an cuando sea riego de
piedras que las habilite para
tinslto de vehculos durante -
poca Invierno.
No es posible esperar poca
eleccionaria para mertdiar ser-
vicios que deben ser prestados
ror el estado-en todo tiempo.
El Ex-lnspector de Telgraos
de Santiago, nos ha enviado la
siguiente comunicacin en la
cual se refiere a unos caicos
que le hicieran:
Aguadulce, 18 de Junio de i'jZl
"No es cierto que yo en nin-
gn momento haya cogido ga-
solina para mi uso personal co-
mo se dice en la informaron.
!o que sucede es que en la sec-
cin de Veraguas deste el da
2 de Octubre de 1950 hasta el
da 17 de mayo de 1951, no ha-
bia carro para el servicio oficial
de patrullaje de las lneas del
Telgrafo.
Como quiera que ese servicio
se hacia necesario casi diarla-
mente, puse al serViclo por to-
uo el mes de Octubre ni treck
particular, sin siquiera cobrar
astos de gasolina. Convi el
lempo trascurra y los carros
que 1 Direccin General haba
solicitado para varias secciones
an no hablan sido entregados,
la Inspeccin General del Ra:.:>
me autoriz para coger gasoli-
na para el servicio de lineas; yo
manifest que a mi no me con-
venia esto por dos razones: La
primera porque poda prestarse
a comentarios desfavorables ce-
rno en efecto ha sucedido y la
segunda porque la gasolina jue
ec me diera no compensaba la
atllldad que me daba mi carro
en servicio exclusivo para m.
Como quiera que mi superior
Jerrquico, me solicit cooperara
Cama dao en Chepo
el ganado en soltura
CHEPO, Junio 18 (Correspon-
sal) El ganado errabundo y
daino recorre noche y da ios
cuatro costados del pueblo, sin
que para evitar estas lncurs.o-
nes de ganado vacuno y ca-
ballar se tomen las mediua*
necesarias-
El Gobernador de la Proviiul.
lia dictado una resolucin pro-
hibiendo mantener ganado en
soltura la cual no se citinp.e
dems de los daos que catas
animales ocasionan son varias
las personas que han sido vic-
timas de los embistes amenazan-
tes y peligrosos de estos.
Ojal la resolucin del seor
Gobernador tenga valor efectivo.
son l en esto y que no mirara
U ganancia que dejaba de ob-
tener, acced a prestar el truck.
Hago constar que siempre le d>
;c al seor Inspector General
que yo prefera que se me paga-
ra un alquiler por el uso del
truck, pero no fu posible con-
seguirlo. En cuanto al consumo
re gasolina, los propietarios dt
la Estacin Viril pueden decir
l pS no cierto que mensual-
mente les pagaba mi cuenta par
ticular, la que oscilaba enti
cuarentlcinco. cincuenta re-
centa Balboas lo mismo que pa-
gaba mi cuenta en las estacio-
nes y talleres por piezas y tw>
paraciones del mismo truck"
Se efectu un acto
cultural en Caplra
Capira, Junio 18 de 1951
Ms de cuatrocientas pece-
as se reunieron anoche ei- el1
saln del Comedor Escolar de !a
Escuela Federico Boyd, con elj
propsito de presenciar la pro-,
yeccin de Importantes pelcu
las educativas que fueran cedi-
das galantemente por el Encai-i
vado de Relaciones Pblicas den
ia Embajada de los Estados Ui
nidos, seor Joseph J. Demsey. I
El pblico sali muy bien la--'
presionado ya que las pelculas
haban sido bien seleccionada*
V ser-todas de un gran valor e-
ducatlvo.
El Personal Docente de la E-,
cuela Federico Boyd hace lle;;ar
por este medio su profundo a-,-
gradecimiento al seor Emba-
jador de los Estados Unidos f
al Sr. Demsey por la valiosa a-
yuda que le estn prestando cu
i.sta labor educativa que se han
impuesto, cooperacin que vi-
ne brindando dicha Embajada
desde el ao pasado
Comit de Prensa.
NORMAS
-Lo Corresponsales deber*
ceirse a lax ms desapasiona*
das nom%as periodsticas Debes
enriar al peridico los uuntm
f noticias mis interesantes eju
afecten a la comunidad. En ab-
soluto se trata de ana o porta-
nldad para hacer determinad ai
campanas DolftJcaa.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores, programas
. REDUCEN LA
. nasal'en LOS
^CATARROS
Dan pronto
bienestar
,1 GOTAS NASAIES
irr? PENETRO
LISTA OFICIAL DE LA LOTERA NACIONAL DE BENEFICENCIA
Nmeros Enteros Premiados en el Sorteo Ordinario No. 1684 del Domingo 17 de Junio de 1951
El billete entero comprende 52 fracciones divididas en dos serles de 26 fracciones cada una denominadas "A" y "B".
Premio Mayor 0 3 5 2
Segundo Premio 8 9 2 7
B. 52,000.00
B. 15.600.00
Tercer Premio 8 6 9 0 B. 7.800.00
Sm Pr.mlo. Ni Premia No Premia. Mol Premio Na Prerata Nm. Premio. K4 PraaM i Mfc Premio.
i/ / bV 8/ 8/ 8/ 8/ / 8/. /
NS2 IM.M IM2 1M.M 2*52 1M.M 3052 ISS.M 4052 ISS.M SSS2 1M.M MS2 ISS.M 7M2 1M.M 8M2 1M.M MSt IM.M
IS2 ISS.M 1152 15S.N 2152 ISS.M 31*2 1S.M 41*2 1M.M 31SS ISS.M 152 15S.M 71S2 ISS.M S152 1M.M 9152 IM.M
252 IM.M 12S2 IM.M 23*2 1M.M 3252 15M 2*2 1M.M S2S2 1M.M 2S2 158.M 72S2 1M.M S2S2 IM.M 252 IM.M
352 *2,*M.M 1SS2 2,(M.M ssn 2.SM.M 3312 2,M,M 4352 2.4M.M 5352 2.SM.M S3S2 2.CM.M 73*2 2.SM.M 83S2 2.6M.M 9352 2.SM.M
452 1M.M 1U2 ISS.M 2432 1M.M 3452 1M.M 4452 IM.M S4S2 1M.M MS2 I5.M 74*2 IM.M 8452 IM.M 452 1M.M
552 IMN 1552 1M.M 25*2 1M.M 3**2 1MJS 4552 1M.N SSS2 1M.M 5S2 1M.M 7SS2 15S.M SSS2 1M.M M2 1M.M
MM ISS.M 1*12 1M.M 2U2 ISS.M 3SS2 1M.M 4 12 1M.M MS2 1M.M MS2 156 M 7SS2 IM.M MS2 1MJS MS2 IM.M
7*2 1M.M 17S2 1M.M un IM.M 3712 ISS.M 47*2 1M.M I7S2 1M.M 7S2 1M.M 77S2 IM.M S7S2 IM.M 752 1MM
mk 1M.M 1M2 ISS.M 21*2 1M.M 3152 1M.M 4SS2 1M.M 5*52 1M.M 852 15S.M 7SS2 IM.M SSS2 IM.M M*2 IM.M
MSI 1M.M isa ISS.M 2**2 1M.M 3M2 ISS.M 4M2 1M.M SM2 1M.M 952 1M.M 752 IM.M MS2 IM.M MS2 IM.M
APROXIMACIONES
PREMIO MAYOR
343
y.
IM.M 341
52.M .14
V. I
I2.M 347
S2I.M 0341
IM.M 0341
SM.M 3M
SM.M
SM.M

311 SM.M
MS3 SM.M
8/
MM SM.M
nu I2.M
8/
3M
MS7
' 1 / B/
SM.M, 3M SM.M 03M SM.M
S20.M MM S2.M MI SM.M
SECUNDO PREMIO
M27 8/ 2M.M 1127 8/. SM.M 2127 8' 2M.M 8/. 3127 2MM (V. 4117 SM.M 8 SM7 2M.M M27 8/ 2M.M 727 8/ 2M.M M27 8/ 2M.M
MIS MU IM.M IM.M IIM SM1 IM.M 131 M M22 1123 130.M IM.M MM IM.M M2I 1M.M MM IM.M MM IM.M SMS IM.M MM IM.M SM1 M32 13I.M IM.M M33 MM IM.M IM.M M3C MM 130M IM.M
i t r v e n r n c. m W *
MM 8/ 1M.M 1SM 8/ IM.M MM "' 1 IM.M 3SM 8/ IM.M MM 8/ 1M.M MM l. IM.M CM 8/ IM.M 7SM 8/ 1MM MM 8/ IM.M
MSI MU 1MM 1M.M MS3 MM IM.M IM.M IMS MM IM.M IM.M IM7 IMS IM.M 1M.M lM MSI IM.M IM.M MM MM IM.M IM.M MM SMS IM.M IM.M MM MS7 IM.M IM.M MM MM 1M.M IM.M
Los premios del Sorteo del domingo fueron vendidos ad: el primero en Coln; segundo y tercero en Panam.
Los novecientos billetes enteros terminados en 2 7 no comprendidos en la lista precedente estn eremladee eon
Cincuenta v Des Balboas (B/51.00).
Por billete entero se entiende las cincuenta v dos fracciones que componen las dos serles "A" y "B".
FIRMAN EL ACTA: La Autoridad: El Gobernador de la Provincia de Panam. HOMERO VELASQUEZ.
* El representante del Ministerio de Hacienda v Tesoro. MARIO H. CAL.
rESTIOOS:
Virgilio Mirones O.Cdula No. 47-22833 El Notarlo Tercero del Circuito de Panam. PABLO A. PINEL
Indalecio FrancoCdula No. 1-161 ROGELIO AVILA P. Secretario
MOTA- L# Ulttw prmlifot d l lina, etta t mt mt m aMIm
"W1"' dlm w dertvir* umlnmtmu Sel Pt*I Matt.- BJ Prcml*
Hayal f la* Premia 2a. i Sa e tortearn caaraSaaiMU: las as*lilaila-
nan *r erWaran Se It Premia* Mayar. Seando t Tareera S> al eaw a>
qua un Mllala mulle aararlado can dUllmiw aramio (I aaareSai Sa eie
billete Uan derecho a ae l laan aaurafoe loa araale eon ear raaalurr
SVawaSaJS
SORTEO DE "LOS 3 GOLPES"
DOMINGO 17 DE JUNIO DE 1951
Sorteo Nmero Trescientos Ochenta y Cinco (315)
Primer Premio. ... 52
Segundo Premio. . 27
Tercer Premio. ... 90
r recelen Billete
8/ /
11.00 220.00
3.00 60.00
2.00 40.00
t^aa premio n pagaran a la par ig*n la I tal Oficial de Panama an la Ofi-
cina dr la talara Nacional < Baaeflcla Itnala on la Avenida Canrral
Plan del Sorteo Extraordinario No. 1685 que se ha de
celebrar el 24 de Junio de 1151:
El Dilltic entero comprende SO Iracclooo.
P8E.MIO MATOB
1 Premie Mayor da..........................................8 ltM.VMM
1 Segundo Premio da....................................... SO.0M.M
1 Tarcar Premio 4a......................................... la.OOO.t*
is Apraxlmaciona da ...........8 1,000.00 cada M........ 1IM.M
a Premio, da.................... 1.000 00 jda i.*........
0 Premio da .................... M04W ca anal........
MO Praaoio 4a .................... IMM o4a aja........
SEGUNDO PBXMtO
is Aproxunacionai 4a ............8 2*0.00 i*cm una........ .MOSS
Premio da .,.................. MODS cada ja*........ .**
mcu parMio
II Aproxima clona 4 ............8 20000.acia im........ t.Sfim
PraaUa.de .................. 300.00 cada jrw........ 1.188
LeT4 Tatal de Premia ............8 MSJM.M
PRECIO D OH BILLETE ENTERO........................SM.M
PRECIO DI UN OUtNCUAGESIalO........................ IM


I.l'NES, JUNIO IS, 1951
in i...... ii
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CINCO

Informe* para eofej leccin e reciben en la
rKeaaccin J^ociai
lettfea* MW
laccion
de EL PANAMA-AMER1CA
ORAS: : m 1I:H a.m.
apartado 1M
Cocktail
El Secretario de la Embajada
da loa Estados Unldoa, aeor
Rufus Z. Smith y aeflora Mar-
guerite de Smith agasajaron el
abado a un grupo de aui a-
mlatades. con un cocktail en
su residencia.
Buffet
El secr Mariano Soia y se-
ora Julia Josefina B. de Sosa
ofrecieron el sbado un buffet
en su residencia, con motivo
de cumplir en esta fecha el d-
cimo aniversario de su matri-
monio. Un numeroso grupo de
sus amistades fu invitado a
ste agasajo.
Araiajo
La seora Carmela A- de Boyd
iVo DUERME Bien?
Puea tomaee una taza da P06TUM
preparada con agua o lacha calien-
ta antea da acostarse, y dormir
como un lirn! POSTUM no con-
tiene cafena. Compra
POSTUM hoy mismo y
diafruta da un auefio
tranquil**'
coa-
i
ofrece hoy un t en su resi-
dencia, para despedir de su vi
da de soltera a la seorita Ana
Lucrecia Arlas, quien contraer
matrimonio prximamente.
Cernida en El Panam
Para agasajar a un grupo de
sus amistades, el seor John
Moses y seora Julieta A. de
Moses ofrecieron anoche una
comida en el Hotel El Panam.
Agasaje
En honor de la seorita Ana
Lucrecia Arlas y del seor Gui-
llermo Anlreve R. quienes con-
traern matrimonio a fines ue
sta semana, el seor Luis Car-
los Morales, el Dr. Harmodlo
Arlas Jr. y el seor Nat Mn-
dez ofrecieron ayer un cocktail.
Recibo
Saludamos a la seorita Te-
resita Garcia de Paredes Qui-
Jano y al Joven oaspar Oar-
cia de Paredes Quljano, quie-
nes llegaron hoy de los Esta-
dos Unidos. Con tal motivo ten-
drn el placer de recibir en su
eslde fJelss^Bp-m
MASILLA PARA
KINDERGARTEN
Servicio de Lewis
Ave. Tvoli No. 4
Frente al Correo
da Aneen
HMaMHB
DR. BOCCANEGRA LOPEZ
Especialista certificado para el diagnstico y tratamien-
to de enfermedades de la piel, cuero cabelludo y uas.
Consultas por previa cita solamente.
Va Espaa No. I Telfono 3-1073
\*\t
GRAHDE,
HERMOSO
VASO RUB REAL
Iscl.ide NICAMENTE cea
HOJUELAS DE AVENA
3-MINUTOS
20% De Descuento en Junio

itujot JUfU& /
UN PRECIOSO JUEGO
DE RECAMARA HECHO
DE CAOBA ESCOGIDA
SUYOCON *602S
AL CONTADO A PLAZOS POS CLUB
2SiRlfl
AVE.CENTRALyCAUE2?E..1*TELS..2-T830
v 2-1833
en adelante, a sus amistades
que deseen saludarlos.
Mtsa Redonda Panamericana
de Mujeres de Panama
In un bello gesto de acerca-
n-lento cultural y por expresa
Invitacin de esta socleuad, se
reunieron hoy, a las 11:30 a.m.
en el Paraninfo de la Universi-
dad, los centros cvicos femeni-
nos para darle la bienvenida
a la famosa cantante Marian
Anderson. En nombre de la Fe-
deracin de las Damas Catli-
cas, de la U. M. I. de la Re-
Srwentacln Femenina de la A.
1. U. P. y de la Mesa Redon-
da de las Mujeres de Panam,
su presidenta, la Dra. Oeorgl-
na J. de Lpez le ofreci una
canasta de orqudeas a la exi-
mia artista norteamericana,
quien tuvo clidas frases de
simpata para la mujer pana-
mena. La ciudad entera acla-
ma a Marian Anderson, quien
desde su humilde cuna ha sa-
bido escalar a las cumbres de Id
gloria.
De Suramrlca
Presentamos un atento salu-
do de bienvenida a ia seora
Luisa A. de Velarde, quien pro-
cedente de Lima, pasara una
temporada entre nosotros, hus-
ped de 8. E. el Embajador del
rer, sefior Emilio Ortlz de Ze-
vallos y seora Mary T. de Or-
tlz de Zevallos.
De vacaciones
LA BRANIFF INTERNATIONAL AIRWAYS se uni al Consejo
Nacional del Algodn al patrocinar a la hermosa Jeannlne
Holland, "Princesa del Algodn", quien fu reclblua por tres
miembros del Club de Leones de Panam a sn llegada el S-
bado al Aeropuerto de Tocumen. Los Leones auspiciaron ayer
un desfile de modas en el hotel "El Panam" en donde par-
ticiparon la Srta. Holland y varias bellas damitas paname-
as. De izquierda a derecha vemos al Len Federico Mariehal
Boyd, Rodolfo Barraia y Eduardo Sosa. La "Princesa del Al-
godn" visitar hoy a varios dignatarios oficiales y saldr
maana va Rraniff para la segunda etapa do su visita a lee
pases de Latino Amrica, la eual ha sido arreglada por el
Consejo Nacional del Algodn de Estados Unidos.
De loa Estados Unidos
Despus de haber pasado una
temporada en Sterling, Illinois,
regres hoy a Panama el seor
Wallace LaRue, Segundo Secre-
tarlo de la Erooajaaa ae los Es-
tados Unidos. Lo saludamos.
Saludamos cordlalmente a '.a
seorita Isabel Burgos Zubieta,
quien lleg hoy de Nueva York,
en viaje de vacaciones.
Grata estada le deseamos la
Joven estudiante Roger Madu-
ro, quien lleg hoy de Nueva
York con el fin de pasar una
temporada visitando a sus fa-
miliares.
a de Rbago.
Saludamos al seor Ernesto
de la Gurala y seora Merce-
des G. de de la Guardia, al Sr.
Ricardo Arias E. y seora Olga
A. de Arla.., al seor Max Heur-
txmate y seora Genarlna A.
de Heurtematte, al Dr. Jaime
de la Guardia y seora Matlldo
A. de de la Guardia y al seor
Kraamo di la Guardia y seo-
ra Marta G. de de la Guardia,
quienes regresaron de El Valle,
en donde pasaron varios das
de descanso.
nes para el seor Etanlslao Gar-
ca y sefior Virginia Aguilera
de Garca, quienes celebrarn
maana sus bodas de plata. Con
tal motivo, los esposos Garca
Aguilera, Invitan por nuestro
medio a todas sus amistades a
una misa que se dir maana,
a Ips 6:30 en la Iglesia de San
Jas.
Enviamos un cordial saludo
al seor Milton S. Smith y se-
ora Emma V. de Smith, quie-
nes cumplen hoy aos de ca-
sados.
Grata eatada le deseamos al Abandonan el Hospital
seor Tollef B. Monnlche y se-1
ora, quienes procedentes de| Anotamos complacidos el res-
Por tercera vez rebajan los
Estados Unidos el precio del
estao durante este mes
WASHINGTON. Junio 18.
(USI8). El Gobierno de los
Estados Unidos ha rebajado el
precio del estao para los com-
pradores de este pas por ter-
cera vez en lo que va del co-
rriente mes.
La rebaja del seis por ciento
ha puesto el precio en EE. UU.
en $1.25 por libras. El precio
haba sido rebajado el lo. de
iunlo de $1.3 $1.36 y el vier-
nes lo fue a $1.29.
La rebaja de precio fue anun.
ciada por la Corporacin de Re-
construccin Financiera, orga-
nismo del Gobierno, nico com-
prador de estao el exterior,
tanto para la reventa para el
consumo Interno como para las)
existencias estratgicas del Go-,
blerno. i

Saludamos a los jvenes es-
tudiantes Jos Vrela Jr. y Pli-
nto Vrela Jr., quienes llegaron
ayer de los Estados Cnidos por
la va area.
Dei Interior
Regresaron de El Valle, en
donde pasaron el fin de sema-
na, huespedes del Dr. J. J. Va-
llarlno y seora Isabel X. de
Vallarino, la seora Elisa E.
de Heurtematte y 8. E. el Em-
bajador de Espaa y la Conde-
Boquete, se encuentran en nes
tra capital, hospedados en el
Hotel El Panam.
Para Chiriqu
Despus de haber pasado va-
rios cuas en nuestra capital, re-
Sresaron ayer a Boquete el se-
or Juan Arlas y seora Mer-
cedes O. R. de Arlas. Loa des-
pedimos.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Nuestras sinceras felleitaelo-
tableclmlento de la seora El-
sie P. de Brln, quien abandon
la Clnica San Fernando.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Sra. Mary A. de coleman.
Sr. Jos Rodolfo de la Guar-
dia Bermdez.
Sr. Alfredo Jimnez.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Matilde F. de Castro.
Sra. Cecilia M. de Novey.
El "Aviso Oportuno"
"El Mercado Sin l#iml"
E$ Barata* v EiWrv
KLIM u Amparas,
CALIDAD mJ^omb
El estricto control bajo al cus se produce la leche KLIM, le
GARANTIZA a Ud.-en todas y cada una de sus latas-una leche de
pureza y valor nutritivo nfalibles-semsna tras semana, mes tras
mes, ao tras sflo. Por eso Ud. debe comprar siempre leche KLIM
para su familia. Y Ud. puede confiar siempre en KLIM como una
leche an de superior calidad.
1. KLIM es Itch* puro y sana
2. KLIM M comer ve sin refrigeracin
KLIM ES S/fMPK Dt CALIDAD UNIFOM
4. KLIM es excelente para el nio en su creci-
miento
5. KLIM aumenta el valor nutritivo de lot
platos cocinados
6. KLIM se recomienda para la alimentacin
infantil
7. KLIM pura y seeura ... envasada
par MR procedimiento especial *.
S. KLIM asfa .laborada bajo el ms ^
estricto control
Aguo pura
mezclis
agregese
KLIM
y tendr leche pura y sana
LECHE-KLIM
LA MIMIIDA IN TODO EL MUNDO *. M._.........
Joven Orlando Henley, quien
lleg esta maana a nuestro
fais, procedente del Instituto
olitecnico de San Luis Obispo,
California, donde estudia para
ingenies en agricultura.
Deseamos al Joven Henley una
(rata estada durante loe meses
de vacaciones.
Iniciase hoy curso
de estenotipia en
colegio de Coln
En el Colegio Abel Bravo, de
la ciudad de Coln, se abrirte
hoy 18 de los corrientes cur-
aos especiales de estenografa n
mquina (Estenotipia), bajo la
dileccin del profesor mexicano,
den Ell de la Pea, quien e |
trasladar a la Repblica con
ese propsito.
El sistema de estenotipia, a-
r.optado en las Naciones Un;ar.s
v conocido en los Estados Uni-
dos desd hace aos, ha podido '
att aplicado al Idioma casteili- !
ao gracias al mtodo Introduci-
do por el Profesor Agustn Cua-
treras, de la Repblica de M-
xico.
Debido al limitado nmero de
mquinas disponibles para la
enseanza, se ha restringido la
matrcula de alumnas a este in-
teresante curso.
Muebles SIMMONS de gran belleza
para su terraza...
COMPRELOS.HOY EN CLUB Y LOS TENDR
EN $U CASA PARA NAVIDAD
Sra. Irma B. de Sevler.
Sr. Rogelio Orillar
Nlfa Aatrid Wolff Vlllalaz.
Nio Ralph L. Pope Morales.
Cambio de Residencia
El Prof. Franz Manfredl y
seora Liliana Crespl de Man-
fredl, tienen el agrado de a-
nunclar que se encuentran a
disposicin de sus amistades,
en su nueva residencia en Be-
lla Vista; Calle 48 No. 44;
apartamentp 5, Tel. 3-4253.
Divn.
dos sillas
y una mesa
B7.4.50
en CLUB
El Diablo
La Casa de los Vidrios y los Linleos
Facilidades de Pago Servicio a Domicilio
Avenida Central M CLUB Telfono 2-Z404

El encanto
de toda mujer
d m POND'S

Base y polvos-todo en uno I
i Nuevo! De lo mea fcil de aplicar. Maquillaje nuetv
y admirable, de matiz suave, delicadoy tan fcil de
usar. Angel Face se aplica con la mota que trae. Sin
agua, sin mancharse los dedos. Y no se reseca. Es un
maquillaje de lo ms ingeniosoy tan halagador!
I Nueve I Dura much* mat que loe pol-
vos. Angel Face contiene un ingredien-
te "adhesivo". Este ingrediente especial
hace que ngel Face se esparza'con
uniformidad y se adhiera divinamente
8 su rostro.
I Nuevo I No so derrama. Lleve siempre
Angel Faceen la bolsa, en la maleta.
Perfecto para viajar! No se derrama, no
se "cierne", no se escapa. Angel Face de
Pond's es el maquillaje ideal... / completo!
para toda ocasin y en toda poca.
6 matices de impecable naturalidad ... Cada caja de Angel Face viene con su mota


/AUIM4 SKI*
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIEN!".
LUNES, JUNIO 18, 1951
NO Hay Mejor Va Para VENDER, ALQUILAR, COMPRAR, Ef
Que la ruta al Departamento ck los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas lo atendern:
/Vi..uno po.
12 palabras.
3c por cada
palabra adicional.
SERVICIO LEWIS
Av. Thell No 4
re. z-zt>i
KIOSKO DE I.ESSEPS
frqiiP Se l.eeteoe
rtmmt
NOVEDADES MORRISON
Ave. 4 ne Julia
Trl. I-S441
BOTICA CARLTON
in. MoMnaai 11.45
T*l. 13SColn.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
talle II OW< No. IS.
EL PANAMA AMERICA
ralle "H" No. 17 Panam
Avt. teatral 12-114Colon.
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
SI VENDEN:-Ca re. turara nanre.
cara etanolooo. fra-T (flan
o.slee.r M ' *' ***-
fa*. lavamano. ecuies. te,
lai arecio mil bjjoi en piara.
AGENCIAS GLSALES. Vi* tipa-
Ka. Ilefendo Juan Franca Tal a
3-1503
SE VENDE: Radiador nuevo, pora
t.-uck Chevrolet de dos tonelodos.
Preoo cmodo Llorre telfono 3-
C22-.
CA. DE LEFEVRE Tal. Z-l
VENDE LOTES
Pa|0 inicial mnimo 1.1 00.00
Mensuol 1.15.00
Lotes con Collas y Acueducto, de
la Ciudad detde 8.1.00 el metro.
Alrjilamos equipo pesado pea
movirniento de tierra.
Alquilemos lotes a largos plazos
Club de lotes. B.2 00 y B.4 00
semanales.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE:Automvil De Soto de
tres atiento*, propio paro vioie al
Interior. Tel. 2-0091.
MOTORES TROPICALES buen ser-
vicio, mejor precio.
5f VENDE:Hamacas ecuoterionas.
c'e poja, Almacn Eugenio Chan.
calle 13 E._____________________
B.''-INcRAS. tn tamaos variados
para saiistocer cualquiera necesi-
tad. F ICA2A y COMPAA.
Aven.a B 79
SE VENDEMotivo de viaje, Lincoln
Sedan 1950, cor. Hydramatic. Bue-
nas condiciones mecnicas; B.2, -
100. Marcos Villorreo, Calle H
34, Til. 2-1746. _______J
..... 'SE VENDE:Motivo viaje. Chevro
Mndez y Zubiele ofrece en vente, ,., c^,^ ,947, 4 puertas, buenos
ucciones Abot'oif.
SE ALQUILA
Locales .
>fc ALQUILAN:cjKlusxomente po-
ra oficina tocles cntricos en toe
alto da Avenido Central 44 a
prectoe mdico Soliciten infor-
mador en Almacene* 5 10 estv
tuvo
SE ALQUILA:Locol muy amplio de'.
400 metros cuadrados, propio pa-1
ra tallen depsito o garage. Para j
informes llame ol telfono 3-1147.'
GUIA
COMERCIAL
>b ALQUIL.:- Local para oficina
arriba del leotro Centrol
SE VENDE:Negocio de plomera
para informes llame Ponami 3-
0291. lunes, despus de 11:00 o.
m.
condiciones, menos de 33,000 mi-1 lir^rriT. . ..jl
lias. Lime Copitn Douglas, Al- SE NECESITA:Joven pora trebejos
breok 3213.
SE VENDE:Buick 1941, 4 puertas
por B.350.00, en buenas condi-
ciones. Acuda a la Sastrera Lon-
dres, Centrol 187.
e:
:'ALIDAD'.S: Paro fiestas, teda
.e dulce:, boccd.llos, cakes,
;;. estilo euicpeo. Pollck, Tel. 3-
SE VENDE: P01 -motivo de viaje, un
comisariato, faro informes consul- SE VENDE:Auto
tese al Tel 2-3351.
Pontiac/ conver- I
SE VENDE: Cachorros finos, cinco
menas. Fam.o Vilar. Cone 9o.
Farque Lefevre. 'Barriada Panama
Amrico.
SE VENDE:--Lote 1.200 M. Arroijin,'
colle, agua, iuz, 2-1488.
tibie. 1947, adems piano maree
Winter, ambos en perfectas condi-
ciones. Infrmeos Avenida Justo
Arosemeno 75-A, Tel. 3-1086.
SF "ENDE:Cielo-roso de material
i onte y prueba e co.nein
Camodo "DONNACONA" puede
con-eguir a precio ms bajo que lo
rredero donde
Villanueva y Tejeire, Ce. U.'a.
5? ."ENDE:Tubera de arcillo v.tri
da de 6" Tinos de cemento
f-ro lavar. Cemento blanco. Yeso.
V'lleeueve y Teielre Co. Le*.
SE /ENDE:Bisagras de doble ae-
c n. cerraduras de bronce para
puertas de entrada y puertas in-
trriores. Tel. 2-0540.
Y.'lanuevo y Tejeiro Ci. Lto.
T-'RA UD. SUS DULCES? Figure,
t are y adornes da asacar la po-
dr cenieguir en la quine de
Avenida y Calle 7a. No. 19. Or-
dtna al telefone 2-4276._______'.
ST VENDE: Acorden, excelente,
condicin. B. 130.00. Calle Mariano
Arosemeno No. 51.
Sr VENDE;Popel Kr.ft impermea- SI VINDI: ...... ,
ki- a. 16" SOIl el rollo Pro-1 Casa chico, en Calle 14 Oeste, lis-
noaorto I *A Ce'i. 6 e5. Na. I to par. ocOpV B.3,250.00. s. ne-
poocrido 5. A. Ce 10 tsre j ^.^ B2Q0Q.00. el resto en hi-
5E VENDE: Negocia da Panadera
y Abonet.ru en Re Abajo, llama-
do "Panedaria La Afueres". Bue-
ne dintela y equipo completo.
Infrmete en la miini Panadera a SE VENDE:
en la Avenida Poto Aroaemena
Ne. 16.
3E VENDE:Neoocio ocreditodo con
dintelo de varios aos por no po-
der atenderlo. Muy poco de orrien-
do, bien situado, excelente paro
dos GALLEGUITOS que vendan a
plazos o por sistema de Club. Lla-
men al telfono 2-1756 pora in-
formacin. Horas: 9:00 o. m.
12:00 p. m. y de 3:00 6:00 p.
"..' __________________________:
generales en almacn muelle y
oficina de Ci. Pesquera en Col- 1
mi lo. Son indispensable honradez, '
ambicin, deseo de trabajar y pro-
gresar, buena caligrafo, algo de
mecanografo y buenas recomend- J
ciones de personas de responsabi- 1
lidad. Conocimiento de ingls pre-
ferible pero no in-ispensoble. No
solicite si no rene los requisaos'
mencionados. Informes con Lazza- I
rin 3-1362. i
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SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
Studio Couch Simmons, 1 SE ALQUILAN: Cuartos en cosa
ltimo estilo, convertible en cama N0, 2, colle 23 Este Bis. Informe '
doble, como Simmons doble con 0lli mismo. 1
spring. Radio RCA Q-34, siete tu- ->----------------- !
bos. juego d lmpara de pie y-SE ALQUILA: Cuarto con o sin
cenicero de bronce. Todo nuevo. I muebles, o uno
Colle 50 No. 23 Apto. 7 esq. m
Venezuela.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
ACEITE
ELDORADO
RINDE MAS...
ES MAS ECONMICO,.
USE SIEMPRE
Aceite ELDORADO
De Venta en
COMISARIATO
BELLA VISTA
dos solteros de
buenas costumbres. Ave. Norte 52,
Tel. 2-2109.
SE VENDE:Radio General Electric
de 7 bandas, meso de centro y dos
mesas esquineras de caoba, juego
recmoro 5 piezas, caobo, como
-nrilla, Pedro Miguel 185-C, Tel.
576.
-
SE VENDE:Uno cosa de concreto SE VENDE.-'Refrigeradora Crosley de
omoblod en Nuevo Arrai|n, con
4 recmaras, sala, comedor, porch
amplio, motor de luz, gallinero,
con ms de 100 gallinas, ri-do ms
informes o GABRIEL NOVOA. Ca-
lla "M" No. 26. Tel. 3-2161.
2.
i poteca sin inters y sin plazo.
.' Conal de Panam ofrece en venta NUVo
baio propuestas selladas que nan
de abrirse a las 10:30 de la ma-
, ao del dio 28 de lunio de 1951,
refacciones para mquina d cor-
tar hierbo situados en la Seccin
E. Almocenes de Balboa, telfono
2-273C. Se podrn obtener los
formulorios de propuestos de los lu-
gares ontes indicado?, o del des-
pacho del Superintendente de Al-
mocenes. Balboa, telfono 2-2777.
Chalet bonito, esquino, Visto Her-
mosa. B. 12,000.00 pago inicial,
B.5.000.00. Chalet tres recmaros,
do servicios, en Barrio exclusivo.
B. 13,000.00. Pogo inicial. B.5.-
000.00. saldo a 20.aos plozo.
GANGA
Dos coas mixtos, de alquiler, pro-
ducen B.700.00 mensua'es, se ne-
cesitor C 16.000.00. el saldo en
hipoteca o largo plazo. Cosa d
madera de 48 cuartos, en Calle 26
Oeste No. 21 Vala y haga su
oferto. Chalet de 2 recmaros, so-
la-comedor, cocina, servicio mo-
derno, gor'age. porch, jordn. B.6.-
500.00. es suyo con B.3.000.00 y
el saldo en pequeas mensualida-
des.
325.000 libros de Azucor Fina :
Granulado Los formularios para L0T|$ JUMAMENTE BARATOS en el
las propuestas, con detalles com- cnorr|0 Via Espoa, Son Fron-
pletos. podran obtenerse en la ofi-
cina del Supolv & Service Director, i
Balboa Heiqhts. o en la del Ge- j
rente General en Mount Hope. Zono (
7 pies, como nueva, en $175.00,
verla en "Lo Postal". Avenida Cen-
tral No: 68.
MISCELNEA
Aviso a los Contratistas
Estado Unido
Departamento da le Interior
Oficina da Territorio*
Wa.ninaton. D. C.
El lne.ni.ro del Distrito pera le. le-
le. Viraene. Departamento rior, P. O. Box No. 47*. Si. Thomae.
[.la* Vreehee. recibir' propuesta, le-
das hasta les dos de la tarde. Hora
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto amoblodo, B.
6.00 por semana, paro hombre. ,
Avenidd Lefevre, Parque Lefevre,
No. 32.
MISCELNEA
Refaccionaria de catres de compaa
en Avenida B 73, telfono 2-1535.
Tambin Agencia de Colocociones.
Aviso a los Contratista
Estado Unido
Departamento da If Interior
Oficinal da Tarrifara I
Waringtn. D. C.
El Ingeniero del Distrito p.r. l. Is*
Its Viraaaee. Departamento de lo Inte-
rior. P. O. 801 Na. 4T. St. Thome..
Islas Vfrgenesr recibir propuestes **
lledss basta las do. de la tarde. Hora
Oli.isl del Atlntico, del .7 de Julio de
1931. para I. construccin de la siguien-
te obra en et. John. Isla. Vrgenes. yu
A veces una
SOGA o CADENA
puede serle til si la tiene
a mano en su casa o
en el carro.
Tenemos un gran surtido
de todas clases y tamaos.
GE0. F. N0VEY, Inc.
Avenida Central 279
Tel. 3-0140
Le olicmo del Gerente Gineral de la
Divisin de Comisariatos en Mount
Hope. Zcna del Conal. recibir
prepuestos hasta las 3:00 de lo
tarde del viernes. 6 de julio de
1951, cuando se abrirn en p-
b'ico, paro el suministro de 650,-
000 'bras, o alternativamente
Azucor Fino
del Canal.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA:/.portamento peque-
o, salo, comedor, recmara, ser-
vicios, por B.38.00, con luz. So-
licite Ramn Cont Pasadena.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento confor-
table. Colle 15 No. 32 entrado
de San Francisco de la Coleta.
cisco. El Carmen, Vista Hermosa.
El Irqenlo. Club X. Pueblo Nuevo.
San Francisco. Carrasquilla. Rio A-
bojo. Parque Lefevre, El Sitio, Juan
Diaz Corretera Transstmico, Las
Cumbres, todos a precio de sacri-
ficio.
Prstamos hipotecarios. Seguros de
todos clases.
AGENCIAS THOMAS BIENES
RAICES. Ave C-*-l No. 259. Tel.
3-1069
SE COMPRA
SE ALQUILA- Apartamento chico.
persono sola o matrimonio. In-
formes Miquel 10 a 4 p. m. oltos.
Avenida Centrol 115.
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento de uno
recmaro, sola, comedor, bao.
cocino y porch en la Avenida Per
No. 28. Acudo o lo Compaia Al-
foro S. A. de 8:00 o. m. o 5 p. m.
Sf ALQUILAN: Apartamentos en
San Feo. de lo Caleta. Informes:
SE COMPRA:Motor de Packard 42,
usado. 8 ilndros. en buenas con-
d>ciones. Lime Albrook 2110 en-
tre 7:00 a. m. v 3:30. p. m.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Uno empleado en la
calle 46 No. 19 Apto. 3. Bello
Vista.
Estacn Go|ol,no San Jos. Va S NEESJTAN._Dos tmpleados pa-
ra servido y cocino. Con reco-
mendacin, calle 44 No. 15.
SE ALQUILAN Dos oportomentos
en Rio Abaio: Infrmese Rio Aba-
jo Nc. 2184 carretera principal.
SE NECESITA:Carguero que duer-
ma en la coso. Colle 49 E No. 13.
Edificio "Grecia".
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento con uno
recmora, sola-comedor. cocino. ga-'S NECE5|TA._Emp|eldo responso-
ble para ot.cios de caso. Que sepa
cocinar y duerma en el trabaio.
Colle 30 No. 13.
vicio propio.. Solicite Avenido Ma-
nuel Mora Ycaza, No. I 1 oltos.
ICompo Alegre'
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITACocinera competen-
te, imprescindible duerma en casa.
Avenida Primera La Corrosquillo.
No. 55. Entrando por el. Teotro
Edn en Via Belsono Porra.
SE NECESITAN: Operarios poro SE NECESITA:Cocinero con expe-
pontolones finos. Creociones Altmon I rienda poro uno fomilto amerito-
Via Espaa No. 1. ro. Calle Ricardo Anas No. 77,
. -------------------------------------------------1 bus verde. Ruta 2.
SE NECESITA:Monicuristo con ex-
periencia. Soln de Uslleza Ame- SE NECESITACocinera que duer-
ncono. Colla 12 Oe .te 53 rna en COSO Llomor telfono 3-
gggV 1343.
SE NECESITACostureros paro co- ---------------------------------------------
3s de todos clases, tambin uno SE NECESITA:Lovandero do veces
que ;epi coser a mfluino. con 2 por semana, buen sueldo, qparta-
ggggB*os. Sostreno Londres, Central: ment Son Reno No. 14 oltos, ma
Oficial del Atuiatl.-o. del 2 de Julio omprende eurosimadamente las slgulen-
de lili, para la construccin de los al-
gulrntes hospitales.
PROYECTO NO. 44-11 Construccin
de un Dispon.arto de Seliid Pblia de
i remas en 8t John. Islas Vlrgen'ea
PROVECTO NO 63r401 (t) Construc-
cin de un Hosoitsl General de 13
rama en Vrederik.ted. St. Crois, la-
las Vrgenes
PROYECTO N'\ 43-401 (11Construc-
cin de un Hospital General de 40
eamas en Christiansled. St. Croix. Is-
les Vrgenes.
PROYECTO NO. 43-101Construccin
de un Hospitsl Qeieml de 11 csm.s
en Charlte Aasalie, St. Thomas, Islas
Vrgenes.
En la hora, fecha y luger citados arri-
ba. Ie propueetoe eern< abiertas pbll-
cemente y ledas en voi elt. Les pro-
oueetas que se reciben deepu4s de le
hora de cierre de le licitacin, sern
devueltrs .In ehrir.
Se irserra el derecho, si el Inter4e del
Coblerno esl lo extee. de rechaser cual-
oulera o todse las uroouestss: de pa por alto cualoolra informalidad en las
uropuestes recibida: r de aceptar o re-
eharer cuelqnlers o todas los artculos
de euelnuler prepueeta. s menos aire el
rontre'lste hebl'ite tl propuesta por li-
mitacin eepecificn. En caso ue todes
les propii"etes sean re.heiedes. el Go-
bierno prd nor lo tent adoptar cual-
n.iiera dos, talee crimo.abrir une n licita-
cin, negociar con los cotrtitss re-
cheiedoe y otros, a el anler.amlento el
proyecto El Gobierno tamblfn e* reaer-
re el derecho de otorgar lo contratos
para los varios nroyectoe en le bese o>
la propuesta belca por la edopcin de
mo o todas les "Alternetivae tleduc-
bles-. cualquier que sean loe mejores
ln--re.es de los Estados Unidos.
I.os plenos t esneclfice-lnnes y otr*
tes i'ehlidae. de les mayores partida.
PROYECTO NO 43-104 FACILILADES
DE AGUA POTABLE EN ST. JOHN
ISLAS VRGENES.
2,700 yds. cuadradas de Pavimento de
Concreto pera desage de 3 pulgadas
' de esprn .
ton pies lineles .le crea y piedes de
eonciato cera desage.
1 c/u Reserva de concreto co cape-
c|dad pia luv.uoo galones.
1 c/u Reeerva de concreto con cepecidad
pea .Viiiiii galones
On pie* lineles de tubere da hierro
fundido C." a 4").
En la bors. fecha y lugar citedo arri-
be, las piopuestas eern abiertos p-
blicemenle y ledas en vos alta. Las
propuestas que ee reciban despus de le
hora de cierre de la licitacin eern de-
suellas sin abrir.
Se reserve el derecho, el el Interfe del
Gobierno esi lo esige, de retherer cual-
quiera o too)ee Jai propuestsS; de pan-.e
por elto cuelquler prupuaate. a suje* ,
que el contretieta habilita tel propu.-..
te por limilscin especfica. En ceeo que
todes las propuestas sean rechesadas,
ei Gobierno podr por lo tent adoptar
cualquiera de loa procedimientos sutn-
rltedos, ules como abrir una nueva li-
cite'ion. negociar con loa eontratstes
rechesailos y otros, o al aplaxsmiento
del proyecto. El Gobierno tambin ee
reserve el derecho da otorgar loe con-
tratos pere loa facilidad, de agua de
Crat Bey o las facilidades de egue de
Bordeeux. o embaa facilidades de agua,
cualquiera que seen loe mejores Intere-
ses de E.tedos Unidos.
Loe planos y especificaciones y otros
documentos para el propuesto eontrato
se encuentren abierto pare la Inspec-
cin publica en la Oficina del Ingenie-
ro del Distrito, par las Islas Vfrgenee.
en Thomes G. afooney. Charlotte Ama-
BALANZAS
"D ETECt O "
CARRETILLAS
"DE HIERRO
CORTADORAS
DE HIERBA
A PRECIOS
SIN COMPETENCIA!
Ricardo A Mir,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tels. 2-3335 y 2-2988
documente pera 1 propuesto contrato I lie. St. Thomes. Islas Vfrgenee: en R.
se encuentran abiertos pare I Insoae-
slon nnhlc en la Welne del Ingeniero
.I Distrito par les l.'.s Vrgenes.
Thomes G Mooney. Charlotte Amelio
St. Thomas. tsh>. Vlrgereet M. A. Dyer
Compenr. 54 School Street. Boston
Ms.: Lester M Hers. Ael.ter.te
ne.-tal del Director. Tuerto 17 IS. Ed-
rieo de lo Interior. Weshinaton IS D
C Deoertemento de Comercio No. de
Eeteetne Un'dos. Cempo de le Adm(nl-
trerin de Heron.frurrl * Puerto Ri-
co. Edificio N. San J-en. PuaHo Rico:
Oficina del AGC. Ill Coneress Building.
Mle-l . Florida- Bclldere Exchenge.
II NF. th Stree. Miami. Florida: y
r W. Dodge Comoratloo. 11 we.l
.th Street. New York. N. T.
Un Juego de eeoe documentos podr
ser obtenido en cualquier de lee tres
primeree oficina, erencinedee errlba.
previo depeito de 40.00. por eheotie
-.rtif'eado. pagadero e los F.tados Uni-
dos de Amarice, los que sern reembo -
ado. a lo. contratielea cuando devuel-
van loe plenoe y especlflceclnaee en
Kuene. condicione., dentro de elete die
despus de le feche en que se abra las
propuestas.
Cede propuesto deber eer arnmpo-
4ada por an bono de seguridad en une
centided no menor del 4 por ciento de
I* -.-opuesto totel.
pa acuerdo ron 1. apreciacin dla-
ponible. la adjudicacin se* hache eo-
bre ano. cualquiera, o todoa Vea edificios
con o sin las alternatlvee dedactiMee es-
pecificada lea doeumentoa de eon-
Loe oantratistas trlunfedoree tendrn
que entreger bono de ejeeueln en un
rentided igual al 10 por ciento del pre-
cio del contrato y bonos de pago en une
eaatided igual el 100 por ciento del pre-
cio dal contrato. loe que cobrir le
completa ejecucin del contrato y el pa-
go pare la mano de obra y matsriales
podr eer retrade
L Kenan v Asociadoe. Ingenieroe Con
sltores. Bell Building. Montgomery
Albeme: en el Departamento de Co-
mercio No. t de Estados Unidos. Cempo
de le Adminietraein de Reconstruccin
de Puerto Rico. Edificio N. San Jnan
Puerto Rico; l.e.ter M. Mar. Aeletente
E.peciel del Director, Coarto 4714. Edi-
ficio de lo Interior. Washington 24.
D. C: Oficina del AGC. Ill Congress
Building. Miami 42. Florida: Boildere'
Eichenge. 44 Northeast 4th Street.
Miami. Florida; y F. W. Dodge Corpore-
tioa. 11 W. 40th btreet. New York, N.
Y.
Do luego de esos documentos poetr
ser obtenido en cualquiera de lee doe
primer, oficina mencionada arriba,
previo depiito de 110.00 por cheque
certifiredo. pagedero a loe Filado Uni-
do de America, loe que aeran reembol-
eedoe e los contraUotae que eometeo
propueetee. ruado devuelva lo. plano,
y especificacioaes en buena condicione,
dentro de eleto diee despus de I fe-
cha en que ee abran las propuestos.
A loa contratistas ua obtengaa los
titano, y especiftcaeione previo pago de
lo 120.00. y que no sometan propuestos.
e lee devolvern S4S.00 olempre y
cuendo que regresen esto dentro de
siete .lies despuee ele la facha en que
e abran les propuestas. No ee har
aingan reembolsa despus de ese ferha.
Cada propneeta deber eer ecompefia-
da por un bono de egorided en une
cantided ao menor del 4 por ciento de
'* propuesta total.
El contratista triunfador tendr ue
entregar un bone da ejecucin en una
cantidad Igual al W por ciento del pre-
cio del contrata. T no bono de pago
en una cantidad Igual al 14 or cunto
del precio dal contrato, loe que cubrirn
la complete ejecucin del eontrato y i
neg para la mano de obra y meterla-
lnenne propuesta noetr eer retirado
Aviso Jndirial
AVISO Di REMATE
El ii.,.rito Secretarlo del Juzgado,
Primero Municipal err funcione de Al-
guacil Ejecutor, al pblico,
HACE SABER:
Que en la accin de 'lanzamiento con
retencin propueete por Domingo M A
Caballero contra Gil Villalas, ee ha e-
elado el dia doe de Julio entrante, pa-
ra que durante la hora ^habile tenga
luger el remete de los eiguientes bienes:
1.Cortadora da trosas de ma-
dera con un motor de 10 K. P..
caballos de fuerza Il.175.o0
I.Trompo con su motor de 1-4
oabettlo de fuerzo, tiene circular
con heneo de madera 4S.00
1Mquina de sacar toruros 10 00
1Sierra circular con motor de
3 caballo do fuera 40.04
1Sien circular ein fin con eu
motor de t caballo, de fuerza 104.00
1 Cepilladora con eu motor de 4
cahalloa da fuer. 150.00
1Sierra troeadova con u motor
da 4 caballo de tuerta 100.00
Total B. 740.00
Servir da hese del remate el valor
asignado arriba y ser poatura admlsi-
' ble la- que cubra Isa dos terceree parte
de dicha euma. Para bahlliteree como
postor se requiere consignar previemen-
t. en le Secretarlo det Tribunal el 5".
del evalo. Resta les -uatro de la tarde
del dia del remate e admitirn lea pos
. tura, y de ese hora en delante ee es-
1 cucharn las pujas y repujas, adjudi-
cndola los bienes al mejor postor
Penam. 14 de junio tfe 1451.
(Fdo.) P. A A1ZPU
"Los padres de
los adictos, ya que el Hosplcal
Federal de Narcticos en L*-
vngton, Kentucky est "reve-
tandose con pacientes" debido
i la actual epidemia.
An.'linger pidi que todos les
Estados y ciudades que tengan
ctoblema con los narcticos co-
paren una "sala controlada"
para curar a los adictos.
Dijo que no ha podido enco.-
'.rar una causa para la prsele
ola de narcticos, excepto que
'o mismo sucedi despus de a
primera guerra mundial.
Dijo tambin que la actual
epidemia comenz hace dos a-
os y su oficina estaba prepa-
rada. Sin embargo, debido a la
lalta de personal no -.udic.on
hacer gran cosa para termiaar
con el trfico de drogas, ya i'.e
iss presentes leyes permiten t,ue
los traficantes salgan con sen-
tencias suspendidas o con con-
denas de 16 meses.
COLOCAMOS VIDRIERAS
DE ALMACN
NUESTROS ESPEJOS
Duran Ms Lucen Mejor.
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 1 Este #4 Tel. 2-2600
Felpa para techos
. Papel Crespn
en colores surtidos.
. Platos de Cartn
de 8, 9, 10 pulgadas.
. Puyas 'Collins'
22 pulgadas.
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
I 4.1.
rve derecho.
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per. .1 recibo de lae miemos, sino e. ue para I re.iho de lae ei.nee. sin. en
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a La do mayor stock.
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PERSIANAS & PORRAS
a TELONES DE ALUMINIO
a TELONES PLSTICOS
"Solarpruf" para vitrinas
Telf. 2-30. Panam
EN EXISTENCIA
FAMOSOS MOTORES
\.( .. !'..( .
Monofsico desde
1/6 H.P a 2 HP,
Trifsicos desde 1-50 H.P.
Precios Fantsticos!
tual y nos encontramos con quo
el costo de vida en Panam es
ahora, no slo ms alto que el
de la Zona del Canal, sino tam-
bin substancialmente ms alto
que en los Estados Unidos. Co-
mo resultado de esta situacin,
los trabajadores con los sueldos
actuales no pueden alimentar-
se y vestirse ellos y sos fami-
liares adecuadamente entre lo
perodos de pago, y ahora tie-
nen que mirar hacia adelanta
a la llegada de la vejez con
um sentimiento de aprehensin
desesperanza. Hombres que
legan a la edad a la cual otras
personas normalmente se- reti-
ran, tienen que mirar la mise-
rable suma de $25.00 por mes
que es lo que devengan.
"Es. nuestra posicin 'q\io> una
gran colonia norteamericana
puede sino servir como bar-
metro de la buena voluntad de
Amrica hacia sus vecinos la-
tinoamericanos. Siempre debe
tenerse en la mente que son
estos ciudadanos que trabajan
Sira el Gobierno de los Estados
nidos en la Zona del Canal y1
muchos ms como ellos
no los polticos y lps pocos pn-,
vileglados. quienes decidirn
en ltimo caso, si la democra-!
ca ha de sobrevivir y florecer,
en esta parte del mundo; y
son ellos los que sern llama-;
dos. cuando la guerra llegue,
a este hemisferio, a coger las
armas en defensa de nueotro
modo de vivir.
Estamos enfrentados a un e-i
nemlgo que tiene como objetivo*
primario, la dominacin de losi
corazones y las mentes de los
hombres y cuyos seguidores rtvi
currlran a las tcticas mas vi-,
les y viciosas para obtener sus
fines. Tenemos que responder ai
este desafio, no con .us tipos
nio al nacer, semanas b meses de fanatismo, sino restaurando
de embarazo, etc. y forjando en Vos corazones y
Las autoridades auxiliares del ia mente de todo homl
Registro Civil (corregidores y
alcaldes! deben procurar enviar
los partes de nacimiento, de-
funciones y fetos dentro de la
semana de ocurrencia y llenar
todos los acpites solicitados en
dichas transcripciones y especi-
ficar claramente el lugar. Los
corregidores deben solicitar las
transcripciones directamente a
la seccin de Bloestadistlca, a-
partado 035. y enviarlas all. La
autoridad debe firmar con su
I nombre y lugar. Los corregi-
dores deben ajustarse a su cla-
Tipo internacional
estadsticos sanitarios dentro de
las normas Internacionales.
Para los; trabajos internos se
seguirn pautas cientficas es-
pecales y en cuanto a la clasi-
ficacin de las ocupaciones se
seguirn las normas dictadas
por la Oficina Internacional del
Trabajo.
Es conveniente pues, que to-
dos los mdicos tengan sumo
cuidado en obtener de los fa-
miliares de los deudos y de los
padres de los recin nacidos to-
dos los datos exigidos en los
| nuevos certificados de tipo ln-
i ternacional, tales como peso del
lit llicilic: u*= .w*. --------- .
mujer en este hemisferio, una
fe perdurable en la democra-
cia que ser una barrera for-(
mdanle contra las fuerzas in-
sidiosas que causaran disensin
v rlvelldad entre nuestra ciu-
dadana. ,___-Li
En este momento, hay unos,
20 000 empleados civiles loca-,
les en la Zona y es nuestra,
creencia que ellos forman una,
fraccin respetable de los 193.-,
000 civiles de los Estados Un.-,
dos expleados en el exterior.,
La gran mayora, si rio roaos
ve de lugar que se le ha aslg- ellos, son ciudadanos de nes
NO SE PREOCUPE POR
SUS REPARACIONES
Nosotros le ofrecemos toda
clase de materiales de
construccin de la ms al-
ta calidad y las famosas
PINTURAS
SherwinWilliams
Paints
las mejores del mundo a
los precios ms bajos de
la Plaza.
Vistenos sin demora.
eynaW.
nado. Los mdicos de Unidades
Sanitarias y otros empleados de
salubridad servirn cmo fuen-
te de consulta en las respecti-
vas localidades, en caso de di-
vergencias mayores los intere-
sados se podrn dirigir direc-
tamente a la seccin de Bloes-
tadistlca. En toda esta tarea
privar estrictamente el criterio
mdico-sanitario que propugna
la OMS.
Dr. Alberto E. Calvo S
Director de Salud Pblica.
"En Europa se gastan
trabajar con el Oobierno de
los Estados Unidos, sino tam-
bin los ciudadanos paname-
os, a los cuales los Estados
Unidos est obligado por el tra-
tado de 1936, a dar Igualdad
de trato con los ciudadanos
norteamericanos. Los ciudada-
nos panameos estn tambin
sujetos a las condiciones ms
degradantes y humillantes Ima-
ginables.
"Nosotros sostenemos que des-
de un punto de vista de se-,
gurldad, esta situacin puede
costarle billones de dlares al
tro Hemisferio Occidental, nos-
otros recomendamos Por lo
tanto, oue en vista de la situa-
cin critica y la urgencia dal
accin correctiva que este co-
mit haga una ?"** \l
vestlgacln de co"dtclones do
la Zona, con el fin de iniciar
inmediatamente, aunque sea
temporal, una accton parado-
ra. Nosotros sentimos oue el
oroblema no P/*;, ^a"!
hervir a fuego lento en es-
pera de un reporte general quo
demore arios".
t
Ave. Norte S3 Tel i-Sil
Calle Martin Soaa No. S
Teletono 3-1424.
Tenemos en existencia:
hierro de
refuerzo
cl/Tvos
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2* x 6 y 2' x 8
Calibre 26
La multa de
tjal'-un particular se present
1 ! Aduana para emuu-r
qe los diarios La Jacto.
-La Prensa" no tenan derceno
a aquella franquicia y quepuf
lo tanto estaban infringiendo i
jev desde hacia dos o tres d-
cadas'-
"En contra ae la opinin l
rr.esor luridi-n d la Aduai.i.
sta reparticin dio la razn ?.l
aemmc-r.' v le otorg el -5
c'erto del m Goblerno estadounidense en los i cenos que con absurdo ele o
aos venideros. Mientras blllo- i retroactivo deberan pagar lo
nes son gastados anualmente og diarios mencionados poi ti
para detener la ola creciente j papel empleado en sus od'-
del comunismo en Europa y el -iones'.
"El fin oue se busca con u-
peeto a "La Prensa" es b.*i
f.laro. A pesar de la reciente, tey
'amada de "expropiacin" y no
re "confiscacin", el Gobier.it
nijiere incautarse gratuitamente
!de todos los bienes, mtenme
!Jt "La Prensa" y que todava.
Asia, se est poniendo muy po-
ca atencin al Hemisferio Oc-
cidental el patio trasero de
los Estados Unidos y a las
condiciones que se desarrollan
en la Zona del Canal bajo el
escudo del Gobierno estadouni-
dense.
"La gran mayora de emplea- i- .i le sea deudora",
dos que no son ciudadanos nor- L-a f reits ,e. _.... ..
teamerlcanos. en la actualidad "Con supuestas multas, a
reciben entre 35 y 55 centavos' "uouestos derechos y con onos
por hora, y tienen que adquirir, recursos arblirar4,0S.'I^, otl.^.
ne. onmn sus comodidades bsicas y ca
seras en una economa predo-
minantemente norteamericana,
con precios norteamericanos,
mientras reciben sueldos com-
parados al standard del Caribe.
81 estas personas gozaran del
privilegio de comprar en algu-
nos de los pases cercanos, fue-
ra de Panam, donde el costo
de vida c substancialmente
ms bato, no tendran ningu-
na razn para quejarse; pero
con el establecimiento de un
gobierno de miniatura de los
Estados Unidos en la Zona, es
inevitable que una economa es-
tadounidense emergiera y l-
timamente afectara la' econo-
ma de Panam y la "reven-
tara". Tal es la condicin ac-
sentar un
t'eudor. Todo esto, con ser un
?rave e inconstitucional, no ta-
pera el primer paso de cerrtr
por ley un diarlo'.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores orooramas'
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-150..
SE VENDE
NEGOCIO DE PLOMERA.
Para Informes llame Panam
3-0291, el lunes despus de
las 11 a.m.
Pe<-c.e)r.*- Venecianas LUX
a B/.9.50
Entrega
Inmediata
Reparaciones
generales.
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 E #22
Tel 3-1713
SE NECESITA UN AGENTE
VENDEDOR EN DAVID
Prominente tirma norteamericana necesita los ser-
vicios de un joven de 18 a 25 aos edad, residente
en David, para que trabaje en la Provincia de Chi-
riqut como agente vendedor. Los aspirantes deben
enviar sus solicitudes por escrito, dando datos per-
sonales, educacin, experiencia y referencias antes
del martes 26 de junio de 1951, a
Anunciante
c o Hotel Nacional
David.


LUNES. JUNIO It. 19*1
I PANAMA AMERICA MAHIO INDEPENDIEN TB
mum sim

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It
Cm entubo inauguro su justa el bisbol de Barrara
Los Punteros De La Justa Mayor De Basket
Tienen Hoy Un Compromiso Sumamente Difcil
Los Medias Blancas Vencieron
Dos Veces a Los Atlticos Ayer
EL PASE AFAROLADO
En los Juegos celebrados ayer
en las Grandes Ugas los Me-
dias Blancas de Chicago ven-
cieron dos veces a los Atlticos
de Filadelfla. para desquitarse
las derrotas pasadas que es
propinara el mismo equipo.
Los Medias Blancas ganaron
el primero por 4 carreras a 1
y el segundo por S a 0.
Mientras tantos los Yanquis
de Nueva York lograron adju-
dicarse el triunfo ubre los Ti-
gres de Detroit pct 5 carreras
a 0.
En otro de los juegos los Se-
nadores de Washington vencie-
ron a los indios de Cleveland
por 5 carreras a 1.
Los Medias Rojas derrotaron
tambin dos veces a los Car-
melitas de San Luis por 5 ca-
rneas a 4 y 3 a 0.
EN LA LIGA NACIONAL
Los Dodgers aumentaron su
ventaja en el primer puesto al
derrotar a los Cachorros ae
Chicago por 3 carreras a 2
mientras que los Gigantes de
Nueva York eran vencidos por
los Piratas por -11 carreras a ft
En los otros Juegos los Bra-
vos de Boston derrotaron dos
veces a los Rojos de Cincinnati
por 5 a 0 y 10 a 2.
Lbs Cardenales ganaron en
diez episodios a los Phillies por
5 carreras a 4, en otro de los
partidos de ayer.________^^
1 Ambato pas al comand y el Pacfico Jr.
termin con el invicto del Alemn en ftbol
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Ftbol de 2a. Categora
Provincia de Panama
G E P Pt.
Ambato......3 1 1 l
Santander .. ..2
Alemn......2
Ancn Jr.......2
Hispano Jr.....1 1 *
Pacifico de U. 1 0 3
Amrica........1 2
El Ambato pas al comando
del campeonato de ftbol de Se-
gunda Categora de la Liga Pro-
! vlnclal de Panam y el Pac-
' ico de 2a. termin con el in-
victo del Alemn y entr en
la columna de ganadores con
Con visible entusiasmo inaugur ayer w Temporada la Liga de Baseball > *** J !"
ofrecemos tres vistas de los actos que tuvieron lugar con este motivo _* > ,de?'',eien!
apertura encabezado por los invitados de honor: en otra lo. equipos que'"arOTi la*,en-
da de pie los jugadores del Deportivo Miranda y acachados los componentes del Dejwtlw
reDo oue sanaron el luego por 5 a 4. despus de una reida batalla que duro IX episodios.
dond?A Barker fu el Unidor ganador. En U tercera fotografa, los invitado, de honor
verdadero^Cooperadores v propulsores de nuestro deporte, en el momento que el *>*? J
nembr de U Liga de Barraia entrega simblicos trofeos a los distinguidos deportista., y
Ton rtl ixaulerda a derecha Arturo Illoeca. presidente de la Federacin de Betabel; Prof Rl-
VtkllurmdetMnktn de Educacin; Ing Norberto Navarro. Ministro de Obras Publica.;
i Ll^nX'dM|. LUa de Barraw7v el Lie. Manuel Roy. Director General de Educacin
Ftaicr eTtorneo^onUn'ua ." Urae\on .1 partido Val.artno vs. Gray manan, se med-
rin Fuerte 15 y Dep. Mendosa. ......________________--------------------------,-----,-------------------
los resultados de ayer en la
cancha del Estadio Olmpico
donde los ecuatorianos aplasta-
ron al Hispano Jr. por 7 tantos
a 0, y los pacifistas menores
vencieron a los alemanes por
1 a 0.
El Amlato con un Juego pre-
ciso domin completamente la
contienda, desconcertando a los,
espaoles menores, que no lo-.
graron coordinar sus lineas.
En el otro cotejo, los blan-
quiazules sorprendieron al De- j
portivo Alemn, que se encon-
traba favorito para imponerse.'
j y con una direccin atinada y
una actuacin valiente y deci-
dida triunfaron merecldamen-
te.
Jugadores de los Trotamundos de Harlem
que se presentarn aqu el mircoles 20
Para seguir dando a conocer
a nuestros lectores aficionados
los pases de mis aceptacin y
ms usados en la "Fiesta Bra-
va," presentamos hoy ano de
los que ms realce dan al ma-
tador en su actuacin entre el
"bicho": El Pase Afarolado.
Anteriormente ya hablamos;
expuesto a nuestros lectores un
lance muy parecido pero eon I
la diferencia que el anterior se:
realiza con la capa y eon am-,
bas manos, este es ejecutado
con U maleta en la mano dere-
cha nicamente.
El toreo eon la moleta aiem-,
pre ha tenido mejor acogida la
aficin por ser ms espuesto y
de mayor vistosidad y gallar-
da.
"El Pase Afarolado" se eje-
cuta citando al toro por el cos-
tado derecho y con la muleta
a U altura de la cintura del
diestro; cuando rl burrel ha en-
trado al primer tercio de U
suerte, el matador hace un giro
con el cuerpo al mismo tiempo
que inicU el muletaxo pasn-
dose la "paosa" por arriba
de U eabeaa y mediante un
juego de mueca saca a su ene-
migo de los terrenos del mata-
dor.
Es este vistossimo mulrtar.o
uno de los favoritos del "Be-
r rend I to" Luis Proeuna y en ca-
da pase do esta natural'/ el
gitansimo matador ''despata-
rra" embriagndose con U fae-
na y mirando altivamente al
pblico enloquecido qua U ova-
ciona, mientras los puales del
blcbo juegan con los alamares
Hay sabor y drama en este
muletaxo...!
PICADOR.
Ptioebus Apollo y Full Gswy Kg.
Las Estelares De Ayer En J. r. por decisin anoche
Por RDEME,
Tal como lo vaticinamos no- j
sotros Phoebus Apollo se lm-,
puso ayer en el evento estelar]
de la funcin hpica dominical,;
derrotando a todos sus rivales,
y descubrir el ganador por vez
primera desde que se impuso j
en el Clasico Presidente de la.
Repblica.
El potro pic por delante y
aprovech su jinete su extra-
ordinaria rapidez para mante-
nerlo con varios cuerpos de
ventaja sobre los ms cercanos
rivales. En los finales ataco;
con gran energa Dictador y,
lleg a colocarse a medio cuer-
po del puntero, pero ya el dis-
co estaba cerca siempre co-
rrespondi el triunfo al ingle
de Newman.
Phoebus Apollo reparti a ga-
nador U suma de B.5.M. Dic-
tador lleg segundo y Rathlln
Light tercero.
En otra de las pruebas cen-
trales de la funcin hpica se
impuso Full sobre los ejem-
plares de la Clase "B" y sobre
una distancia de 1300 metros.
Full se fu al comando desde
la salida y cuando lo atacaron
tenia muchas energas en re-
serva y gan en magnificas- for-
ma:. Segundo lleg Newminster
y tercero Pamphet.
Por un punto lograron triunfar Malta Vigor
y Licoreros en el basketball del sbado
Reidsimos resultaron tos
tres partidos que ofreci el s-
bado la Liga Provincial de
Basketball de Panam en el
Gimnasio Nacional, decidindo-
se todos en los ltimos segun-
dos del Juego, en los cuales el
Malta Vigor venci al Crdenas
Empalaron a 1 lano
DHrani e Hispano
en el Ftbol Mayor
Los equipos Ditranl e Hispa-
no mantuvieron sus colocacio-
nes al empatar ayer a un tan-
to en el reido y movido par-
tido que sostuvieron/ en el cam-
peonato de ftbol de primera
categora de la ProvincU de
Panam. .
Ambos ncenos se desplega
ron con decisin en todo mo-'.
ment, y el Ditranl que Jug
con una linea considerada co-
; mo poderosa no logr doble-
gar a los espaoles.
En este partido debut en pri-
4 mera categora por parte del I
Hispano el joven guardameta
i Atemora, cuya actuacin re-;
' sult altamente satisfactoria.
Fn el otro encuentro, el An-
cn le gan al Pacfico por 3
a 0. aunque el Juego anuncia-
do era otro.
por 28 a 27. el Carta Vieja le
gan al Mauricio por, 48 a 47
y el Fuerza y Luz se Impuso
al Orion por 38 a 32.
En el encuentro masculino de
segunda categora, los elctri-
cos lograron vencer al Orion
en la ltima faje de la com-
petencia, mediante sorpresivas
canastas, que le dieron sufl-<
cente puntuacin para triun-
far.
Este Juego fu del grupo Grin-
go de la Guardia y el Fuerza
y Luz sigue invicto en el co-
mando mientras que el Orion
contina en la retaguardta.
En el partido de las Damas,
las colonenses del Malta Vigor
tomaron la delantera desde el
primer tiempo, y aunque Us
pupilas de Crdenas reaccio-
naron efectivamente, se queda-
ron cortas con un punto, lo-,
grando asi las colonenses su
primera victoria mientras el
Crdenas falla por tercera vez.
La Jugadora Reyes con II
puntos fu la mejor de Us ven-
cedoras y Cooper se luci por i
las perdedoras con 6 puntos.
Final electrizante tuvo tam-
bien el Juego Carta Vieja vs.1
Mauricio del circuito masculi-1
no de primera divisin; una fe-
nomenal canasta del nuevo re-
fuerzo de los licoreros, Sebas-
tin Pons. dio al traste con Us
aspiraciones de los muchachos
de Mauricio, cuando faltaban
escasos cinco segundos para fl-1
-.alizar el encuentro.
El Campen Nacional de Pe-
so Pluma, Federico Plummer,
obtuvo anoche, tal como se es-
peraba un amplio y fcil triun-
fo por decisin sobre el pgil
portorriqueo Jess Compos en
la pelea que sostuvieron en Co-
ln.
La marcada ventaja en al-
cance y estatura de Plummer
.sobre el visitante, fueron ven-
tajas decisivas en el resultado
del encuentro, y prcticamen-
te el campen gan todos los
asaltos. Adems el muchacho
local pes 130 libras por 124
de Compos. Con todo, numero-
sos simpatizadores de Plummer
perdieron algn dinero, debido
a que las apuestas fueron a
que el campen derrotara por
nocaut al visitante, cosa que
no sucedi.
En el semifinal Gregorio P-
rez venci estrechamente a Vi-
cente Worrell con una decisin
que fu protestada por el p-
blico.
En los eliminares, C, Wat-
son empat con H. Barfow II
quien reemplaz a Martnez, y
Jpe Sandy derrot por nocaut
tcnico en .1 cuarto asalto a
Vicente Santiago, quien a su
vez haba reemplazado a F. Mo-
rris. SantUgo tenia las accio-
nes a su favor, pero en la ter-
cera vuelta, un choque de am-
bos le produjo una herida en
la ceja y al terminarse este
acto, el medico consider que
Santiago no poda seguir pe-
leando, perdiendo en esta for-
ma el encuentro.
FRANK WASHINGTON
Uno de los centros del exce-
lente conjunto de basketball
profesional. Los Trotamundos de
Harlem, que se presentaran el
mircoles y jueves de U presen- |
te semana en el Gimnasio Na-;
cional y el viernes en Colon.
Este jugador mide 6 pies 7
pulgadas y pesa 180 libras.
WJLLIAM GATES
Es uno de los magnfico, cui-
dadores de equipo profesional
de baloncesto, Los Trotamundos
de Harlem, cuya presentacin
en esta ciudad ha provocada
enorme entusiasmo e inters y
debutarn el mircoles en el
Gimnasio Nacional. La estatu-
ra de este jugador es de 6 pies,
2 pulgadas y pesa 195 libras.
Mayores A notad o res De La Liga
De Basketball Mayor Provincial
Se miden con los
licoreros en juego
muy comentado
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Basketball de la la. Cat, :
Liga Provincial de Panama .
G P FU.
Lord Chester Loo;
Dep. Bam ...... 4 8 .511
Dep. Mauricio ..1 4 .Sz
C. Vieja......t 4 Mi]
Madunto ........1 5 1M,
_ Por ACHET
Dos Juegos de suma impor-
tancia ofrece est?. noche en el
Gimnasio Nacional, el Campeo-
nato Masculino de Basketball da
la. Divisin, desde las 7:30 en
adelante:
Carta Vieja w Lord Chofer
Este primer encuentro prome-
te reidas alternativas, ya quo
el Carta Vieja con sus refuer-
zos promete dar una gran ba-":
talla a lar 'Invictos" del Lord,
Chester, que esta noche deflen-,
de por sptima vez su condi-
cin de "imbtibles." Germn ,
Roa y Roy Naylor sern los ar-
bitros.
Madurlto vs. Bam,
En este segundo choque vere-
mos en accin a dos equipos su-<
mmente parejos, y en e cual'
los muchachos de la Scotland'
Yard, tratan de mejorar su co-'
locacin y lograr su segunda
xito del torneo, teniendo hoy
como contrarios a los "peligro-
sos" del Bam, un equipo su-
mamente mejorado y que en
esta temporada est brindan-,
do una gran demostracin. A.
un fuerte entrenamiento fue-,
ron sometidos en los ltimos
das de la semana pasada los
pupilos de Zachrisson, que van,
confiados en detener al Bam.
Felipe y Esteban Perdomo se-
rn los arbitros de este encuen-
tro, Sarmiento y Yul los ano-
tadores, Crelo y Rivera los cro-
nometristas y Amores Jr., Vi-
llalobos y Tuftn los ln~ecto-;
res de puerta.
Lista de los mayores
Jugadores
Carlos Cellla iB>.....
Rafael Jan (>;....
Julio Arosemena iM>. .
Emilio 8onell . .
Alfonso Frazer (Chi. .
Cecilio Williams (CH). .
Ricardo Santos (Chi. .
Harry Hightower (CV). .
Carlos Ibaflez (B). . .
Nino Castorina (M). .
Fernando Tom (Ch). .
James Brady (Mau). .
Rubn Herrera (Mau). .
Marcos Aguilera (M). .
Roberto Joseph (CV) .
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salieron airosos
ayer en el lenis
Bill Hele y Webb Hearn con-
tinuaron avanzando en el tor-
neo abierto de tenia que est
ofreciendo la Comisin Nacio-
nal de este deporte, con sus
respectivos triunfos de ayer en
la cancha de U Piscina Olm-
pica.
Bills Hele derrot fcilmen-
te a Cermelll por 6-0 y 6-0,
mientras que Webb Hearn lo
San en un movido partido a
[. Spauldlng por 7-5 y 6-3.
El Mendoza mantuvo Muri el sbado
SU colocacin en el el 'Chino' Young
ftbol del Chorrillo
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
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LE MMTIIIZA
on
fraaca 4* Aceita
raala Maaaa. Aiiria H .___
! krfe. T alcu r.,-
eaaaea ae la pee* anata.
Sata excelente recata da un
medico, conocida a todo al mondo
coma ti Aealta Esmeralda Moon.
ea tan aflcaa en I tratamiento n>
' eafennedadea da la pial, que la
rlcaien del eesema ceaa a laa pri-
meras aplicaciones Continuando
eatae. muchos caaoe de eeieraa aon
vencidos y muy rara tac ae repite
a al tratamiento de lceras au-
pa rea tes. abscesos y di Tiesos o
clacotas, au eficacia ea extraordi-
naria El Aceite Esmeralda Moon,
est de Tanta aa todas iaa far-
Por "VELOCIDAD"
El Deportivo Mendoza se Im-
puso ayer en la tarae en ti
cuadro ae Barraza al Wacionai
por i a i, para continuar en el
comanao uei campeonato *a-1
yor ae Futool dei tarrio aelj
vsnprniio.
_ie partido iinalizo con una
ran unuica entre los juna-1
uores ae amos oanaos uauuo
por resultado que vanos jugu-
uores meron llevados ai hospi-
tal aanto lomas, loao parece
indicar que lo jugaaores a-'i
Nacional comenzaron la pelea ,
al ver que estaban perdiendo ct,
partido, dando asi muestras de;
poco espritu deportivo, un la
sesin ae maana la Liga tri-
tura este caso de la pelea, don-1
ae prooablemente los que ini-
ciaron la pelea sern suspen-
dldos naetinidamente. Las tro-!
pas del Oronel Remon se Im-
pusieron en el primer partido
a los aguerridos muchacnos del
Deportivo Pern por una a ce-
ro, quedando asi los pupilos de
Nicanor Clark en el segunde
puesto' del torneo.______^^^
!." "El Aviso Onortunn'
Bl sbado en la noche falle-
ci en esta ciudad el Sr. Henry
Young, muy conocido en nues-
tro medio y principalmente en
el mundillo hpico, ya que fu
el constructor de la gatera, que
tantos servicios presta en el
Hipdromo Nacional.
El "Chino" Young, como se
le conoca, venia sufriendo des-
de hace algn tiempo de que-
brantos de salud y a pesar de
todos los cuidados prodigados,
falleci el sbado a las once
de la noche.
Por este medio enviamos
nuestras ms sinceras manifes-
taciones de condolencia a su
viuda, hija y dems familia-
res.
Paz a su tumbal
NOTA: Slo incluye a los que tienen mayor puntuacin de 30.
Significado de las abreviaturas: C: Canastas: J: Juegos, Fl:
Faltas Intentadas; FE: Faltas Encestadas: FP: Faltas Perso-
nales: FT: Faltas Tcnicas: PT8.: Puntos: Mau: Mauricio; M:
Madurlto; CV: Carta Vieja; Ch: Chesterfield; B: Bam.
Humberto E. Tejada,
Compilador Oficial de la Liga
Provincial de Basketball.
Panam. Junio 15 de 1961.__________
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t, PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDFPENDIFNTR
LUNES, JUNIO 18, 1951
i -
El Fallo de la Corte Internacional
y el Derecho de Asilo
ANTE LA ESFINGE DE LA HAYA
Por ALDOR
Es melanclico para el continente y para la justicia que un
lion jre como Vic..:- Re i .aya de la 'lowe, consagrado a las In-
quietudes esplriUa.e., al estudio y al planeamiento ideolgico de
los problemas aneiicanos en busca de mejores horizontes v de
un rquilibrio social acorde con la dignidad humanase vea perse-
guido colricamente, como si el delito de pensar fuera el ms opro-
bio; de cuantos lesionan a los pueblos.
-"ero ante el fallo pro;iunc;ado ayer por la Corte de Justicia
Jntc.nacional, queremos prescindir de Ha;a cc la Torre como figu-
ra americana. Despojmoslo de tu trayectoria poltica, olvidemos
su aporte a la interpretacin de "nuestra Amrica", clausuremos
la admiracin que sus ejecutorias intelectuales suscitan y enfoque-
mos nicamente el caso del hombre perseguido en razn de sus
1 idea.-. ,
America Latina sigue- siendo. to. Lo indicado tenia que ser
terreno abonado pnra el secta- provocar problemas, sitiar en
rismo y escenario en donde las toda forma al asilado y estalile-
epiri ones, asi sean las ms no- ..run tono de saa persona-
bles, merecen agrios castigos, lista contra la vida y la figura
( ua ilo un hombre disiente del, e un ciudadano. Por eso fue
pen: amiento cicial y propone preciso atacar constantemente a
a sjs conciudadanos frmulas Haya de la Torre. Un da era
distintas a las que integran los traficante de drogas heroicas. Al
programas de gobierno, pone en siguieute.-homicida. Y, ms tar-
peligro su vida. A los persegu- ', de, jefe revolucionario. Ningn
dores no les basta con destruir delito se dej de atribuir a las
la o ra ideolgica de sus adver- peripecias del aisilauo. Quiza la
sarios y les resultan insuficien- nica acusacin que falt fue la
tes los rccurf-08 lcitos. Entonces de llamarlo analfabeto,
apebn al atropello v a la violen- Es lamentable que la Corte no
cia. Buscan ai hombre para 1- hubiera distinguido anterior-
< uii rio. como si el argumento mente entre el bien y el mal,
de la fuerza fuese ms convin- entre el perseguido y los perse-
cente, ante la historia, que el e- guidores, entre la justicia y el
re io del derecho. De ah que atropello ,para encarar con va-
loa legtimos representantes de lentia un proceso en el cual se
Amrica estatuyeran, como cor- jugaba el nico dique que hay
api. i a las agresiones persona- en Amrica Latina contra la
les, r\ asilo diplomtico. Trata- fiereza del sectarismo,
base de salvar a los seres huma- '
nos I .ente al desenfreno del sec- Afortunadamente, en el fallo
tari o v de hacer rue el odio, dictado ayer, tras largos meses
no pasara las fronteras ni ga- de ambcuedad que no haran
nara crueles victorias. la entereza de los jueces, el
El gobierno peruano pretendi mximo tribunal reconoci la
aniquilar a un no nbie. Por en- tesis colombiana. Al efecto, la
cimn del derecho de asilo, le In- Corte Internacional, por trece
tere: aba adelantar' una gran votos-contra unoel del juez pe-
fiesta de sectarismo. Cualquier ruanoha fallado que Colom-
otra sil:i~'n resul'ado tmida, bia no e- obligada a hacer la
Permitir la salida de Hava de entrega de Haya de la Torre a
la Torre para ahorrarle inquie- las autoridades del Peru. La sen-
tones a su pas v al hemisferio, tencia, que constituye, en el fon-
era su camino demasiado senaa-do, un legtimo triunfo de nes-
: in
tras tesis, dice, muy claramen-
te, i a,; Uaya de la Torre eat
acusado por un delito politico y
que los asilados de esta natu-
raleza, segn la convencin de
La Habana v la costumbre lati-
noamericana, no deben ser ja-
ms sometidos a la accin vin-
dicatoria de los gobernantes. La
' Corte, precisando su concepto,
agrega que aun en el caso del'
asilo irregularmente otorgado, |
no puede haber lugar a la en-
trega de quien se ha acogido al
amparo de una nobilsima insti-
tucin humanitaria.
En vista de que la sentencia
xpedida el 20 de noviembre del
ao anterior considerada ilegal
el asilo, era de extraordinaria
importancia para Colombia de-
finir que dicha irregularidad, e-
vldente.o hipottica, no produce
i la obligacin de acceder a las
| solicitudes de los mandatarios
peruanos. La Corte expresa, muy
ntidamente, que "la convencin
de La Habana, cuyo articulo prl-
' mero prescribe la entrega a las
autoridades territoriales de los
acusados por delitos comunes, no
contiene ninguna .norma seme-
i jante para los delincuentes po-
lticos. Y ese silencio no puede
' interpretarse' en el sentido de
que el. asilado debe ser entre-
gado. cundo el asilo ha sido
irregular, porque tal interprc-
j tar-in'seria contraria al espirl-
1 tu de la 'convencin y a la tra-
dicin latinoamericana, de a-
cuerdo con la cual un refugiado
politico no puede ser objeto de
entrega. Esa tradicin no tiene
excepciones en el caso del asilo
ilegal, pues la ruptura de la tra-
dicin habra reauerida de una
disposicin especifica en el texto
de la convencin de La Habana".
La Corte acepta, por consi-
guiente, las tesis colombianas
sobre no entrega de los delin-
cuentes polticos, sobre la in-
terpretacin de la convencin de
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La Habana y sobre la vigencia
de la costumbre en LatinoAm-
rica. El alto Tribunal de Justi-
cia ha decidido, por unanimidad
de votos, que debe ponerse fin
al asilo, rechazando la solicitud
propuesta de que ese hecho ter-
minara para que "la justicia del
Per pueda recobrar el curso
suspendido de su ejercicio nor-
mal". La Corte niega explcita-
mente esta peticin, con el ar-
gumento de que ella plantea la
entrega indirecta, tal como lo
sostuvieron los voceros colom-
bianos. De ello se deduce, ob-
viamente, que la sentencia no
admite, como medio de acabar
el asilo, la expulsin del refu-
giado por parte de la embajada
o cualanier otro proeedlmlento.
oue eouivaliese. en la prctica,
a la entrega efectiva. La Corte
ha descartado, igualmente, la
exigencia de terminar el asilo
en forma Inmediata, sin ninru-
na demon, y se ha permitido
recomendar, en cambio, que am-
bos roblemos acuerden una fr-
mula satisfactoria para elimi-
nar el "impasse", teniendo en
cuenta claras razones de corte-
sa y buena vecindad, que siem-
pre han influido grandemente
en la institucin del asilo latio-
americano. Pero, no oanrenta
con el alinderamiento jurdico
de las posiciones, la misma Cor-
te ha expresado que Colombia.
nara cumplir con la sentencia
del ao pasadosegn la cual
(letrera hacer cesar el asilo.
no est obligada a entregar la
persona del refugiado.
E> fallo indica asi con inne-
gable precirin. nue Haya de la
Torre debe abandonar el terri-
torio peruano, mediante el a-
cnerdo amistoso de ambos go-
biernos, siguiendo el derrotero
jurdico de la sentencia.
Seria aventurado afirmar que
este triunfo, de tan vastas re-
percusiones en la vida Interna-
cional de la Amrica Latina,
pertenece, exclusivamente, a Co-
'orM>. por"e. dentro de la ms
estricta justicia, cahe reconocer
nue ha sido una victoria solida-
ria de las tesis colombianas y de
PRESENTE
los ms fervorosos anhelos del
pueblo peruano, cuyas excelsas
virtudes tienen en Vctor Ral
Haya de la Torre uno de los sm-
bolos ms esclarecidos y dignos.
SI se hiciese un plebiscito ente-
ramente libre, con el propsito
de aceptar sus resultados, cua-
lesquiera que fuesen, es seguro
que el Pera, el pueblo del Per,
se Inclinara de modo casi un-
nime a aconsejar que se le diese
el salvoconducto a Vctor Ral
Haya de la Torre. Los unos por
admiracin devota a la figura
del insigne caudillo popular, y
los otros por respeto humanita-
rio a una vida excepcionalmen-
te meritoria, o al menos, por el
deseo de no despertar una vasta
inquietud en el suelo de su pa-
tria.
No. No ha habido litigio en-
tre Colombia y el Per, ni el plei-
to sobre el derecho de asilo'ha
desatado una friccin i', extra-
o tipo nacionalista. El triunfo
de las tesis colombianas es un
triunfo que comparte entraa-
blemente la opinin pblica de
las dos naciones. Esta disputa
jurdica, lejos de haber debilita-
do la amistad de Colombia y el
Per, ha servido para robuste-
cerla, exaltarla y dignificarla. A
nadie le puede ser indiferente la
suerte de un ilustre ciudadano,
cuyas disciplinas intelectuales
han honrado, en tierras extran-
jeras, la historia v el nombre
de su patria. Los colombianos
hemos defendido el derecho de
asilo. Y los peruanos, el pueblo
del Per, que .ama .en lo ms
intimo de su espritu, la demo-
cracia y la justicia, tampoco ha
sido ajeno a este proceso, oue
salva a uno de sus compatriotas
ms representativos.
As sale avante la tesis del de-
recho de asilo, defendida por los
plenipotenciarios de nuestro pas
con evidente desinters, como
que la posicin ideolgica de Ha-
| ya de la Torre es contraria a la
I de quienes fueron sus defenso-
res en la Corte de Justicia In-
I ternaclonal, a nombre del go-
' bierno colombiano. Ojal este
largo episodio, a punto de cul-
minar, sirva a la jurisprudencia
americana para oue el asilo di-
plomtico contine siendo, sin
esguinces, sin interpretaciones
antojadizas, sin controversias
dispendiosas, el mejor obstculo
contra la marcha del sectaris-
mo, mientras surge un porvenir
menos azaroso para el ejercicio
de los derechos polticos.
Sera un tremendo error que
el gobierno peruano llegase a
desconocer el espritu del fallo
de La Haya, la extensa travesa
americana o la clida y genero-
' sa ambicin que alienta en to-
j das las conciencias, incluyendo,
desde lucro, a la vasta masa del
pueblo del Per. Un error quiz
irreparable. Y un acto de in-
justicia que seguramente no
compartirn sus compatriotas.
HOY!
ULTIMO DA!
Una pelcula
original!
Vala y juzgelo
Estela Inda
Roberto Cobo
Alonso Meja
- en -
Los Olvidados
-----I MAANA! |~
RIGUROSO ESTRENO!
CANTINFLAS TIN-TAN
MARIA FELIX
ARTURO DE CORDOBA
DOLORES DEL RIO
PEDRO ARMENDARIZ
ELSA AGUIRRE
PEDRO INFANTE
MARGA LOPEZ
y
muchos otros en
CANCIONES Y
RECUERDOS
7atfoi
JUEVES!]____
Amores, intrigas, odios... La
vida diaria reflejada con to-
da sinceridad en una pelcu-
la magnfica!...
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VIRGINIA SERRET
BARBARA GIL, en
"LA TIENDA DE
LA ESQUINA"
ion Mantequilla Chicote
Is unza y Ferrusquilla
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ULTIMO DA!
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- y -
PEDRO ARMENDARIZ
- en -
Vala y oiga a LETICIA PALMA, interpretando
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J U L Y C 3 Estrena una Interesante Pelcula!
"LA HIJA DE
LA OTRA''
Aquella nia, se interpona
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..."Hija de la otra"!...
con
CHACHITA
CARMEN MOLINA
CARLOS NAVARRO
BEATRIZ AGUIRRE
Haba nacido de un amor frivolo y fugaz, su padre
fu perseguido como raptor de su propia hija...!
Lo nico que podemos hacer es
esperar a que este litigio tenga,
sin ningn aplazamiento, su l-
gica, equitativa e inevitable cul-
minacin, i
(De "El Tiempo", de Bogot) ,
HOY
QMc^jj&u
ULTIMO DA!
FRANK LOVEJOY
Kathleen Ryan, en
'LA JUSTICIA
INJUSTA"
Y a las 9:00 p.m.
RAUL IRIARTE
y su gran
Orquesta Tpica Argentina
MAANA
NICO DA!
Una pelcula inolvidable!
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ANN TODD
- en -
"EL SPTIMO
VELO"
(The Seventh Yell)
I JUEVES
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MARIA DE LOS ANGELES MORALES
Primer Premio Internacional de Canto, en
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Con la bella e inolvidable msica de CHAPI
a
1 'I
"LA JUSTICIA INJUSTA"
. Y a Ui 1:00 y 9:00 p.m.
RAUL IRIARTE su orquesta
CENTRAL
JOHN GARFIELD y
PATRICIA NEAL,
Ofreciendo nueva
cumbres de excita-
cin sin lmites I
'SU
ULTIMO
RECURSO'
TEATRO CECILIA
zPELCULAS AL PRECIO DE UNA I2
La hilaridad llevada a la pantalla!
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"PITOS, FLAUTAS Y PIRATAS"
Adema: Jack Warner Dirk Bogarde, en
"LONDRES 999"
VARIEDADES
TEATRO ENCANTO
Alt Acondicionado
MAMBO! M AMBO I M AMBO I
Prez Prado y su Orquesta
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Roberto Romana, en
SERENATA en ACAPULCO
Adema:
Amalia Auilar Resortes, en
"AL SON DEL MAMBO"
TEATRO TIVOLI
DOBLE EN ESPAROLI
Pedro Infante, en
"EL GAVILN POLLERO"
Antonio Bad. en
"CORAZN DE FIERA"
___TEATRO IRIS___
Enrique Mulo, en
"DE HOMBRE a HOMBRE"
Pedro Armendrlz. en
"BODAS DE FUEGO"
HISPANO _
DOBLE EN ESPAOL!
Daniel Santo, en
"EL NGEL CADO"
Evita Muoz, en
"LOS HIJOS de to CALLE
Una pelicular
cruda y audaz I
QUINTANA

Femando
SOLES

Victor M.
MENDOZA
- en -
"SUSANA"
Prohibida para Menore de 18 ado.
TEATRO CAPITOLIO^
MON UMENT AL" DOBLE I
John Carroll Adele Mara
Fernando Lama, en
"LOS VENGADORES"
- Adems: -
Loul Hay ward Jane Wyatt
- n -
"AGUAS que REGRESAN"
TEATRO V[CTORIA
Howard Dulr Brian Donlevy, o
"EXTORSIN"
Audle Murphy Wanda
Hendrtx. en
"BANDIDOS DE LA SIERRA"
- En Colore! >
TEATRO EDISON
Gloria Swanaon William
Holden. en
"EL OCASO de una VIDA"
Adema v John Payne, en
"CERCO DE FUEGO"
VISTERMOSA
NOCHE DE BANCO!
Donald O'Connor, en
"LLEGO EL LECHERO"
Joan Bennett, en
"MALA MUJER"
PAC F ICO
Dick Powell, en
"ENTRE EL GUILA
V LA lERPIENTE"
Montgomery Cllft, en
''LA BUSO. I
IDEAL
Spencer Tracy, en
"EL PADRE DE LA
NOVIA"
Joan Bennett, en
fiar Del Trapica"
APOLO
"CASA DE
VECINDAD"
- y -
'EL DEMONIO ES
UN ANGU